Meeting between Ambassador Spasojevic and Greek Prime Minister Tsipras, in Athens

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cipras spasojevicAmbassador of a Republic of Serbia in Athens Dusan Spasojevic met currently with Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras. The assembly immediately preceded a initial central revisit of Prime Minister Tsipras to a Republic of Serbia.

In open and considerate talks, Ambassador Spasojevic assessed that this duration noted a commencement of even some-more complete family between a dual traditionally accessible countries, recalling that 150th anniversary of a Alliance would be celebrated this year. He forked out that a revisit of Prime Minister Tsipras was approaching to embark a surpassing discourse during all levels, both bilaterally and in a context of Serbia’s European path. The Ambassador voiced his thankfulness for a continual support extended by Greece to Serbia’s efforts to join a EU membership as shortly as possible, and for a scrupulous support to a territorial firmness and government of a Republic of Serbia, as good as for a refusal of Greece to commend a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo and Metohija, as one of a issues of pivotal significance to Serbia.

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras voiced expectations that a arriving revisit to Belgrade would not usually move an complete domestic dialogue, though also give a uninformed procedure to a already precocious mercantile team-work between a dual countries. The Prime Minister assessed that this area supposing immeasurable additional possibilities for team-work between a economies of Serbia and Greece. Accordingly, a Serbian – Greek Business Forum will be orderly in Belgrade, during a revisit on 31 Jan 2017, and attended by a dual Prime Ministers and a vast series of businessmen from both countries.

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