Intensive Serbia – Slovenia discourse during all levels

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic paid an central revisit to a Republic of Slovenia, today, during a invitation of his Slovenian co-worker Karl Erjavec.

Serbia’s Foreign Minister met President of a Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor, President of a National Assembly Milan Brglez and Prime Minister Miro Cerar. A revisit to a City Hall was arranged, as good as a assembly with Mayor of Ljubljana Zoran Jankovic, and member of a Serbian village in Slovenia, that took place during a Embassy of a Republic of Serbia.

The talks between Minister Dacic and Slovenian officials focused on a encouragement of shared relations, mercantile cooperation, period issues, European integration, migration, conditions in a Western Balkans and family with beside countries.

Excellent family between Serbia and Slovenia and a conspicuous formula achieved in a mercantile margin were highlighted in all talks. Trade between a dual countries has reached a billion euro, reflecting expansion on an annual level. Slovenia is ranked ninth among Serbia’s unfamiliar trade partners, while Serbia is in sixth place among Slovenian partners. Possibilities were also deliberate for corner appearance on third markets.

It was remarkable by both sides that a discourse between a dual states was strong during all levels. The Slovenian side voiced a compensation during a successful doing of a Agreement on Succession Issues that was for Slovenia one of a vital issues in a shared family with Serbia.

The revisit reliable a good family existent between a dual states, their common interests and strengthening of their mercantile cooperation.

Article source: