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FDPM and MFA Ivica Dacic gives a lecture to the Vienna Diplomatic Academy students: “Focuses of Serbian foreign policy”
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Ivica DacicFirst Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic held a lecture: "Focuses of Serbian foreign policy", on 12 May 2014, for the students of the Vienna Diplomatic Academy, visiting the Republic of Serbia in the framework of their study visit to the Balkan countries. The visit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia has become traditional under the memorandum of cooperation between the Diplomatic Academy of the MFA of RS and the Vienna Diplomatic Academy.

Speaking about the foreign policy priorities of the current Government of the Republic of Serbia, Minister Dacic particularly highlighted the following activities to be pursued in the coming period: resumption of negotiations on EU membership, continuation of the dialogue with Pristina, good cooperation with key partners on the international scene, development of good-neighbourly relations, development of a modern, stable Serbia committed to the safeguarding of international peace and respect of international law, regional cooperation and diplomatic activity both on bilateral and multilateral levels.

After the lecture, the Minister replied to student questions giving an account of the history of the Serbian people, consequences of world wars, circumstances that led to new political decisions and changes in these areas, as well as the importance of cooperation and peaceful co-existence of all people in Europe.