First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic and Ambassador of a Federal Republic of Germany Axel Dittmann sealed currently a Agreement between a Republic of Serbia and a Federal Republic of Germany on a opening of beneficial activities by dependants of tactful and consular goal staff.
“I am gratified that currently we have sealed with Ambassador Dittmann an agreement on a opening of remunerated activities by family members of tactful and consular goal staff, that will concede a families of a associate diplomats and tactful assistants to continue to rise professionally and to build their careers,” pronounced a Serbian Foreign Minister after a signing ceremony. He emphasized that a Republic of Serbia had sealed this agreement with fourteen other countries.
Minister Dacic estimated that a family between Serbia and Germany were good, that they were reflected in complete team-work and countless contacts during a top level, and a fact that usually this year 5 vital agreements had been signed, with a aim to serve lower and raise a team-work between a dual countries.
“This year we have determined a German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, and sealed a Agreement on confidence cooperation. Ambassador Dittmann and I, in further to today’s agreement, sealed agreements on financial and technical team-work value over 20 million euro. we am assured that such good team-work will simulate definitely on a broader aspect of a shared relations.”
The Serbian Foreign Minister announced that he would be travelling to Germany for a OSCE Ministerial Meeting to take place on 8 and 9 Dec in Hamburg. Minister Dacic reiterated that during final year’s OSCE Chairmanship by Serbia, as good as this year, when a Organization is chaired by Germany, he had good team-work with his German reflection Steinmeier.
Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16009-minister-dacic-and-ambassador-dittmann-sign-agreement-between-serbia-and-germany-on-the-performance-of-gainful-activities-by-dependants-of-diplomatic-and-consular-mission-staff