First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently with U.S. Congressman Ted Poe, Co-Chair of a Congressional Serbian Caucus, who is on a revisit to Belgrade.
The Serbian Foreign Minister voiced his thankfulness to Congressman Poe for a efforts he had done so distant within a Congressional Serbian Caucus, aiming for a graduation of family between a dual countries and for a improved open bargain in a United States of a process followed by Serbia, as demonstrated by his residence in a House of Representatives on a arise of a anniversary decoration of a Halyard Mission, as good as by a congressional minute of support sent to Secretary of State Tillerson, on 3 October.
The collocutors voiced mutual compensation over a graduation of altogether shared relations, from a swell done in a domestic discourse to a growth of mercantile relations. In a talks, Serbia’s end towards membership of a EU was encouraged, as good as a constructive purpose it played in progressing fortitude in a Western Balkans region.
As a thanked a Minister for a comfortable welcome, Congressman Poe conveyed his willingness to continue his attempts towards a serve alleviation of shared relations, recalling that a loyalty between a dual peoples antiquated behind to a Allied Powers and World War I.