Bilateral consultations between a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Russian Federation in a area of confidence challenges

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Russian Federation hold shared consultations on confidence hurdles and threats, in Moscow, on 2 Oct 2017. The commission of a Serbian Foreign Ministry was led by a Acting Assistant Minister for Security Policy, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic, while a Russian commission was headed by Ambassador Ilya Rogachev, Director of a Department for New Challenges and Threats.

After a shared consultations, Ambassador Filipovic was also perceived by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Russian Federation Oleg Syromolotov.

In an open review that a dual sides had during a consultations, views were exchanged about terrorism as a tellurian threat, with concentration on a conditions in a Middle East, terrorism financing and a emanate of ancillary terrorism and militant organizations, a materialisation of unfamiliar militant fighters and a quarrel opposite a widespread of beliefs of terrorism and radicalization.

Particular courtesy was paid to a confidence conditions in a Balkan segment and in Southeast Europe, with importance on a conditions in Kosovo and Metohija.

Moreover, shared team-work and opportunities for a serve encouragement in a area of confidence process and confronting a stream confidence hurdles and threats were examined. Mutual bargain and support on issues deliberate during general organizations and forums were underlined, while a primary purpose of a United Nations in a refuge of tellurian assent and fortitude was jointly highlighted.

It was resolved that a consultations represented a follow-up to a complete contacts between a dual Ministries and additionally extended an complete domestic discourse between a dual states.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16997-bilateral-consultations-between-the-ministry-of-foreign-affairs-of-the-republic-of-serbia-and-the-ministry-of-foreign-affairs-of-the-russian-federation-in-the-area-of-security-challenges