Minister Dacic confers with Minister Lavrov in Moscow

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met today, in Moscow, Mr Sergey Lavrov, Foreign Minister of a Russian Federation.

Ministers Dacic and Lavrov assessed that a shared family were during a really high level, and that they were building in all areas, to both parties’ satisfaction.

The Serbian Foreign Minister thanked for a continual support that a Russian Federation lent Serbia in honour of a vital issues concerning Serbia’s territorial firmness and sovereignty.

Minister Dacic forked out that a aim was to boost trade, now surpassing dual billion euros, and that this was within a range of picturesque possibilities.

Minister Lavrov underlined his compensation with a shared family between Serbia and a Russian Federation. He emphasized that a Presidents of a dual states were progressing unchanging contacts, and that their discourse helped a growth of team-work in all areas. The RF Minister removed that he recently had a assembly with President Vucic, in New York.

The Serbian Foreign Minister emphasized that a team-work and communication between a dual Ministries was really good, and that it would be maintained, in a suggestion of loyalty and serve development.

In today’s meeting, a dual Ministers also discussed a decoration of a 180th anniversary of a investiture of tactful family between a dual countries, and concluded that a festival should be noted a following year.

Minister Dacic, who is also a Co-Chair of a Serbia-Russia Intergovernmental on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technological Cooperation, forked out that a subsequent unchanging event of a Intergovernmental Committee would take place in Serbia, and that this would be discussed in a assembly with Mr Dmitry Rogozin, Deputy Prime Minister of a Russian Federation and a Russian Co-Chair of a Committee.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16975-minister-dacic-confers-with-minister-lavrov-in-moscow