First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently Director-General of a Department of Consular Affairs during a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a People’s Republic of China Guo Shaochun.
In today’s meeting, a dual sides voiced their expectancy that a consular family would continue to keep adult with and support a growth trend in a dual countries’ domestic and mercantile cooperation.
It was remarkable that a Agreement on mutual visa grant between a dual countries for holders of typical passports, that came into force on 15 Jan 2017, was another acknowledgment of a vital family between a Republic of Serbia and a People’s Republic of China, and that it combined opportunities for serve encouragement of all forms of a existent cooperation, and growth of new ones.
Apart from a assembly that a commission from a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a People’s Republic of China had with a Serbian Foreign Minister, a Ministry also hosted consular consultations between a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a People’s Republic of China, during a turn of Assistant Ministers for Consular Affairs.
The use of holding otherwise annual consular consultations with a aim of serve encouragement of team-work and unchanging sell of practice in a consular area, generally when it comes to providing consular assistance to adults in emergencies and unusual circumstances, has been established. The interlocutors remarkable a need of focusing on modernization of consular work and consistent peculiarity alleviation of consular insurance and services. On a occasion, a parties definitely assessed a consular family and team-work between a Republic of Serbia and a People’s Republic of China.
The consular consultations were concrete and developed in a suggestion of accessible relations. Both sides voiced their willingness to serve foster consular team-work between a Republic of Serbia and a People’s Republic of China.