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The implementation of quality measures within the set deadline and supervision of the implementation of these activities are the challenges Serbia faces in Chapter 23 following its opening in July – it was announced today at the conference „Implementation of activities envisaged by the Action Plan for Chapter 23“.

Srbija faces 50 transitional measures in Chapter 23 but they will be met through activities envisaged by the Action Plan for that chapter, said the head of the negotiation team of Serbia in negotiations for EU membership Tanja Miščević.

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Axel Dittmann the Ambassador of Germany in Serbia stated that Serbia made a significant step by opening the Chapter 23 because it concerns issues and principles that are vital for Serbia’s path toward the European Union.

„Crucial for Serbia itself is improvement of the rule of law since it is key for improving the investment climate and thus for sustainable economic development of Serbia. Also, improvement of the rule of law is important for strengthening the rights of each citizen,“ said Dittmann at the conference organized by the Human Rights Committee.

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The Ambassador of Germany Axel Dittmann stated today that Serbia has made a significant step toward joining European Union by opening the Chapter 23.

“The key factors for Serbia represent: improvement of the rule of law, which leads to improvement of investment climate that in turn leads to sustainable economic development of Serbia. Improvement of the rule of law is also important for strengthening the rights of all citizens”, said Dittmann at a conference organized by the Human Rights Committee.

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The Ambassador of Germany Axel Dittmann notes that Serbia has made a significant step toward joining the European Union by opening the Chapter 23.

“Vital for Serbia itself is the improvement of the rule of law since it is key for improving the investment climate and thus for sustainable economic development of Serbia. Also, improvement of the rule of law is important for strengthening the rights of each citizen,“ stressed Dittmann at the conference organized by the Human Rights Committee.

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The Ambassador of Germany Axel Dittmann stated today that Serbia made a significant step by opening the Chapter 23, because it concerns issues and principles that are vital for Serbia’s path toward the European Union.

„Crucial for Serbia itself is the improvement of the rule of law since it is key for improving the investment climate and thus for sustainable economic development of Serbia.

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As part of the preparations for accession to EU Serbia will need to change its Constitution in order to transfer a part of jurisdiction to Brussels and to guarantee the independence of the judiciary. Contrary to popular belief it will not be necessary to exclude the pursuit over sovereignty of Kosovo from the highest legal act, estimated today legal experts at the presentation of the analysis dedicated to this topic.

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Consultative meeting of the National Convention of the European Union for Chapter 23 was held in Leskovac within the framework of an International Conference regarding the accession of Republic Serbia to the European Union. The meeting was held within NCEU with the support of the German Organisation for Technical Cooperation (GIZ), the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights YUCOM and local council of the European Movement in Serbia.