Acting Assistant Foreign Minister Goran Aleksic was on a revisit to Ashgabat and, in his ability as Special Envoy of a Serbian Prime Minister, met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Rashid Meredov, on that arise he delivered to him a minute from Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic to President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.
The Turkmen side stressed that a Serbian side could count on their full support to a government and territorial firmness of a country, while a Serbian side conveyed a thankfulness to Turkmenistan for a organisation position concerning non-recognition of a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo. At a same time, Minister Meredov reiterated that Turkmenistan, building on a lessons schooled via a history, had motionless on posterior a process of neutrality, that pragmatic offset family with all countries, as reliable by a UN declaration, adopted in 1995.
They discussed intensification of a discourse and fulfilment of high- and top-level visits. The officials concluded to reason unchanging domestic consultations and activate an inter-parliamentary cooperation, exchanging views on a stream conditions in a shared family and a prospects for their promotion, team-work between a dual sides in general organizations, and also alleviation of a contractual and authorised basement of shared cooperation.
Political consultations between a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan were also held, during a turn of Assistant Ministers for shared cooperation. The Serbian side was headed by Acting Assistant Minister Goran Aleksic, while a Turkmen side was led by Assistant Foreign Minister Berdyniyaz Matiyev. Both sides voiced their joining to a graduation of a dual countries’ family in domestic and mercantile spheres, as good as in a fields of education, culture, scholarship and tourism.