Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Tuesday that the European Commission progress report on Serbia is “by far the best in the past few years” because it noted progress”.
“This is the first time that progress was noted in almost all areas, in absolutely all political criteria and in reforms in the field of rule of law,” she told a news conference in the Serbian government building.
“I personally think that this is by far the best progress report in the past few years. There are some things that we differ on and that I feel we had better results on than was presented in the progress report. I expect a more favorable report in some aspects but we are very satisfied that progress was noted in almost all areas, on absolutely all political criteria and in rule of law reforms,” Brnabic said.
According to the prime minister, the European Commission “clearly stated that the government made reforms on the European path a priority, especially in the field of rule of law”.
“The European Commission said in the introductory remarks that the government’s new political focus on reforms is clearly visible,” she said.