Minister Dacic in talks with Foreign Ministers of Indonesia, Holy See, Iran and Venezuela

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had a shared assembly with Ms. Retno Marsudi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia, on a fringes of a 72nd Session of a United Nations General Assembly.

As he forked out that a family between a dual countries were accessible and good, Minister Dacic also emphasized that there was room for graduation of team-work in several fields, and economy in particular. He voiced his thankfulness for a scrupulous position of Indonesia concerning Kosovo and Metohija and sensitive a Minister about a Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.

Minister Marsudi concluded that a strengthening of mercantile team-work should be worked on, observant that some swell in this courtesy had already been made. She reliable that Serbia could count on a support of Indonesia concerning Kosovo and Metohija, adding that she would try a probability of visiting Serbia subsequent year.

In a talks with Paul Richard Gallagher, a Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States, Minister Dacic underlined Serbia’s eagerness to strengthen a team-work with a Holy See and stressed a critical purpose a Holy See played in a refuge of assent and fortitude in a whole region. Minister Dacic invited Secretary Gallagher to revisit Serbia.

The Head of Serbian tact yesterday also had brief talks with Foreign Minister of Venezuela Jorge Arreaza and Foreign Minister of a Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif.

In a considerate talks with Minister Arreaza, a interlocutors discussed a shared family between a dual countries, emphasizing a need to strengthen team-work in a fields of mutual interest.

With Minister Zarif, a Serbian Foreign Minister discussed a strengthening of shared domestic dialogue. They endorsed a willingness of a dual countries for a intensification of altogether shared relations, and in sold a mercantile cooperation.

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