Minister Dacic meets India’s Minister of State for External Affairs

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met India’s Minister of State for External Affairs Mubashir Javed Akbar, in a margins of a Bled Strategic Forum.

In today’s meeting, both sides validated a willingness to serve foster a altogether and quite mercantile team-work between Serbia and India.

It was jointly assessed that a revisit of a afterwards Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic to India, in a context of his appearance in a Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, that being a initial effusive revisit from Serbia to India during that turn over a past 3 decades, gave poignant procedure to serve intensification of a domestic discourse and team-work during both vital and mercantile levels.

Minister Akbar invited Minister Dacic to revisit India, a offer gladly supposed by a Serbian side, generally in a light of a poignant arriving anniversary – 70 years given a investiture of tactful family between Serbia and India.

India’s side validated serve support to a government and territorial firmness of Serbia, for that reason Serbia’s side voiced sold gratitude.

Both sides remarkable a existence of poignant potentials for serve encouragement of mercantile team-work between a dual countries, and concluded on serve activities directed during reaching a pre-set idea of augmenting a volume of sell trade to 1 billion US dollars, over a subsequent 5 years. In a meeting, views were also exchanged on new Indian investments in Serbia, in further to a prior successful investment in an IT park plan in Indjija, done by India’s Embassy Group.

The Indian side also voiced special compensation with a Decision on a Abolition of Visas for nationals of India, holding typical passports, for movement and stay in a Republic of Serbia not surpassing 30 days during one year.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16885-minister-dacic-meets-indias-minister-of-state-for-external-affairs-