Dačić: “The Kyrgyz Republic is a good crony of Serbia and that is because the team-work should continue to develop”

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić met currently with Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Kyrgyz Republic Erlan Abdyldaev, who is on an central revisit to a country.

At a corner press conference, Minister Dačić emphasized that a Kyrgyz Republic was a good boiled of Serbia and that was because a team-work with that nation should continue to develop.

“We have concluded we should revisit a Kyrgyz Republic subsequent year for a 25th anniversary of a investiture of tactful family on 25 June”, pronounced a Head of Serbian diplomacy.

Minister Dačić also pronounced that a dual countries should foster all forms of cooperation, quite in a mercantile field. He removed that final year’s volume of trade amounted to around 15 million US dollars.

In further to shared issues, a heads of Serbian and Kyrgyz tact discussed team-work in general and informal organizations. Minister Dačić betrothed that Serbia would support Kyrgyz candidature for a non-permanent chair on a Security Council of a United Nations.

Minister Abdyldaev characterized a talks as constructive and accessible covering a far-reaching operation of issues. “Serbia is a accessible nation and a arguable partner during a general scene”, pronounced a Head of Kyrgyz diplomacy.

He reiterated Kyrgyz support to a government and territorial firmness of Serbia. “Territorial firmness and government are a top values that need to be stable by leaders and people”, Minister Abdyldaev said.

Following a meeting, a dual ministers sealed an agreement between a Governments of a dual countries on extermination of visas for holders of typical passports. Ministers Dačić and Abdyldaev concluded that a agreement on extermination of visas was one of a best ways to demonstrate friendship.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17249-dai-the-kyrgyz-republic-is-a-great-friend-of-serbia-and-that-is-why-our-cooperation-should-continue-to-develop