Terzi will meet Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkic and Deputy Premier and Defence Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
The aim of the visit is to confirm Italy's full support of the European integration of Serbia and the wish that a date is fixed by the end of the year for the beginning of EU membership talks.
The talks will also focus on the issue of Kosovo and dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, on regional cooperation in the Balkan area and bilateral relations between Italy and Serbia with special attention to Italian investments in industry, energy, as well as financial and insurance services.
In spite of the international economic crisis, Italy has maintained its position as Serbia's third commercial partner in 2011 with commercial exchanges back to their pre-crisis levels in 2008 totalling some 2 billion euros.
About 500 companies with Italian ownership employing 20,000 workers operate in the country, making Italy one of the leading foreign investors in Serbia. (ANSAmed)