Minister Dacic in meetings on a margins of a 35th Meeting of a Council of Foreign Ministers of a Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently with Andrei Galbur, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of a Republic of Moldova, on a margins of a 35th Meeting of a Council of Foreign Ministers of a Organization of a Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC).

In an awfully accessible atmosphere, both sides remarkable that a shared team-work grown successfully and that there were no open issues. They underlined that a shared domestic discourse was strong between Serbia and Moldova, following a revisit by Minister Dacic to Chisinau in early Oct this year.

The interlocutors concluded that mercantile team-work should be strong considerably, realizing that it was, to a vast extent, behind a turn of a domestic relations.

Special courtesy was given to a significance of a element of territorial firmness of both countries, and mutual support extended in this context. The Moldovan side offering organisation assurances that their position concerning non-recognition of a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo and Metohija would not change.

The Head of Serbian tact conveyed to his Moldovan reflection that a Prime Minister and President of Moldova had open invitations to revisit Serbia. Furthermore, he invited Minister Galbur to a shared revisit in a initial half of 2017, that was gladly accepted.

Minister Galbur reiterated that a invitations to Serbia’s Prime Minister and President to revisit Moldova remained open.

Minister Dacic currently also met with Deputy Foreign Minister of a Hellenic Republic Terens – Nikolaos Quick. In a talks, a officials remarkable that a shared family were excellent, but open issues.

They concluded that there was room for serve graduation of mercantile cooperation. Mutual compensation was voiced with a energetic of a visits of a dual countries’ officials, both those satisfied and upcoming.

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