Excellent prospects for a growth of Serbia-Kazakhstan cooperation

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 First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic was now on an central revisit to a Republic of Kazakhstan.
During his revisit to Astana Minister Dacic met with Minister of Defence and Aerospace Industry Beibut Atamkulov as good as his counterpart, Minister of Foreign Affairs Kairat Abdrakhmanov.

In a talks with Kazakh tip officials, Minister Dacic stressed that a shared family between Serbia and Kazakhstan were good and friendly, and also that Kazakhstan was among a many critical unfamiliar domestic partners of Serbia.

“Kazakhstan resolutely supports Serbia on a territorial firmness and government and, many importantly for us, Kazakhstan will strongly say that position serve and continue to support Serbia.

On a other hand, Serbia will entirely support Kazakhstan, and we are blissful that Kazakhstan is now a non-permanent member of a United Nations Security Council, that is rarely critical for Serbia in this period.”

The Head of Serbian tact emphasized a need to foster a family between a dual countries in all areas and also to work on augmenting their unfamiliar trade in goods, that amounted to EUR 76 million in a initial 9 months of a year.

“Foreign trade can be even softened and it is required to exercise a roadmap resolved by a dual Presidents with a aim of building and improving a relations.”

The Serbian Foreign Minister stressed that there was good intensity for a encouragement of family in many areas as good as glorious prospects for softened cooperation, quite in agriculture, pharmaceuticals, construction, IT zone and counterclaim industry.

“We resolved to reason unchanging meetings of a Foreign Ministers of Serbia and Kazakhstan annually, as a pledge of a fast team-work in a entrance period”, resolved Minister Dacic after a assembly in Astana.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17265-excellent-prospects-for-the-development-of-serbia-kazakhstan-cooperation