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Green energy development parallel to EU accession process

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April 22, 2015

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Italy is interested in projects for energy cooperation, including using renewable sources, in the Western Balkans, the country’s foreign minister Paolo Gentiloni said at the end of a meeting between Balkan ministers and some EU ones in Brdo Castle near Kranj.

Italy remained firmly committed to region’s nations becoming EU member states, the minister said. „We are very much committed to progress in relations between Albania and Bosnia. We are happy about the opening of two new negotiation chapters with Montenegro… And we firmly support the need for the opening of the fourth negotiation chapter with Serbia, in part because we see good developments in the dialogue between Belgrade and Priština,“ he stated.

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