Serret was appointed Representative of the Catalan Government in Brussels on 26 June 2018, when Ernest Maragall was Minister for Foreign Action, Institutional Relations and Transparency, and after having been Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food.
During the almost three years that Serret has held her position in Brussels, her efforts have focused on re-establishing and strengthening the Catalan government’s relations with the European institutions, while encouraging those of civil society organisations. Among the most outstanding initiatives promoted during her mandate are the presentation of the Europe Plan which affirms Catalonia’s presence and influence in Europe and brings citizens closer to the European project, the participation of the Catalan Delegation in European debates for the economic and social recovery from the coronavirus crisis, or the creation of a platform of territories to reinforce the role of the regions in the European decision-making process related to the EU recovery from the coronavirus.
The Director-General for Global Affairs, Miquel Royo, and the Deputy Representative of the Government of Catalonia to the European Union, Ignasi Subirà, will head the Delegation until a successor is appointed.
Serret ran for the Catalan Parliament elections of 14 February 2021 as number two for Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya for Lleida to replace Minister Bernat Solé, the current minister for Foreign Action, who was disqualified for having participated in the organization of 1 October 2017 when he was the mayor of Agramunt.