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KNEZEVIC: SERBIA, KAZAHSTAN LOOKING TO ADVANCE RELATIONS

ASTANA, 15 June 2017 (Beta) - Kazahstan's Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev and Serbian Minister of the Economy Goran Knezevic have agreed that relations between the two countries are friendly and good, and that they will continue to work on advancing them, the Ministry of the Economy said in a statement on June 15. Minister Knezevic is visiting Kazakhstan as part of the Astana economic forum which gathers political leaders, business representatives and experts. According to the statement, relations between the two countries will be improved with the realization of the "road map" for enhancing cooperation between Serbia and Kazakhstan for 2017 and 2018, which was signed in November last year. Knezevic also toured Serbia's much visited pavilion at the global EXPO 2017 exhibition, where our country is showcasing its potentials in the category of "Energy for All." "It is a great satisfaction to see the potentials of our country in the area of renewable energy sources and raising energy efficiency presented at the biggest and most important world trade manifestation," Knezevic said.

BUNDESTAG SPEAKER: PARLIAMENT PLACE FOR DIALOG ON CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES

BELGRADE, 15 June 2017 (Beta) - Germany's Bundestag Speaker Norbert Lammert said in Belgrade, on June 15 that the dialog on amendments to the Constitution of Serbia should take place in the parliament. Addressing MPs at a special session of the Serbian Parliament, Lammert said there had been development in Serbia over the past years and that it was "obviously necessary" to continue reforms, while keeping in mind that political reforms were needed in addition to economic reforms. Lammert said all his collocutors during his Belgrade visit had confirmed that bilateral relations between Serbia and Germany were good and that everyone had said, more or less unambiguously, that they expected Germany to take on a special role in the process of Serbia's accession to the European Union. Lammert said Germany had "taken in" that Serbia was committed to EU membership and that it was "open and disposed" toward this position. He added that Germany had been the most important trade partner and donor in Serbia in past years, which, he said, was confirmed by its interest in the development of Serbia and the region. The Bundestag President spoke with President Aleksandar Vucic, Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic during his visit to Serbia.

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