First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had shared meetings, on a sidelines of a 72nd Session of a United Nations General Assembly, with Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, Trinidad and Tobago and Lebanon.
In a talks with his colleague, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus Vladimir Makey, a interlocutors remarkable that a dual countries had good shared relations, and that there were possibilities for serve encouragement of cooperation. The dual Ministers of Foreign Affairs also concluded that strengthening of team-work in a mercantile area was also possible.
Minister Makey underlined that, given a traditionally accessible relations, Serbia might count on Belarus support on issues quite critical to Serbia.
In a talks with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Trinidad and Tobago Dennis Moses, Minister Dacic thanked his interlocutor for his country’s scrupulous position per a emanate of Kosovo and Metohija, and sensitive him about a Belgrade – Pristina dialogue. Minister Dacic emphasized that Trinidad and Tobago might count on Serbia’s support, recalling a grant module accessible to unfamiliar students in Serbia.
Dacic invited Minister Moses to revisit Serbia in a entrance period. The Foreign Minister of Trinidad and Tobago underscored that his country’s position concerning a Kosovo and Metohija emanate was famous and that it would not change.
At a assembly between Minister Dacic and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lebanon Gibran Bassil, it was concluded that a family between Serbia and Lebanon were traditionally good and friendly, and that they should be fostered and serve promoted.
Minister Bassil drew courtesy to a mercantile problems confronting Lebanon, and due strengthening of mercantile team-work between a dual countries.
Minister Dacic concluded and underlined that there were immeasurable possibilities to foster team-work in a mercantile area, mouth-watering Minister Bassil to revisit Serbia during a commencement of 2018.
On a fringes of a UN General Assembly session, Minister Dacic had brief meetings with President of a Plurinational State of Bolivia Evo Morales and Prime Minister of Croatia Andrej Plenkovic.
Bolivian President Morales and Minister Dacic remarkable that a family between a dual countries were good, and concluded that there was room for deepening and enhancing cooperation.
With a Prime Minister of Croatia, Minister Dacic discussed a shared family between a dual countries, as good as a conditions in a region.
Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16936-minister-dacic-meets-foreign-ministers-of-belarus-lebanon-trinidad-and-tobago-prime-minister-of-croatia-and-president-of-bolivia