Minister Dacic on Francophonie Summit

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic attended currently a opening rite of a Francophonie Summit in a collateral of Madagascar, Antananarivo.

“The Francophonie limit in Madagascar has started today. It is a really critical organization, essentially for multilateral activities of Serbia, as it brings together 80 member states, of that 59 permanent members and 21 observers. What is critical for us is a participation of a vast array of tip officials, from President Hollande of France to a President of Vietnam, as good as a Heads of State from a vast array of African countries and Foreign Ministers from around a world. This is many critical for us since dual years ago Kosovo was certified as an spectator in this classification and we find it really critical to forestall serve approval of a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo.

In a past, Serbia was mostly not even benefaction during such gatherings. we arrived on a same craft with a supposed Foreign Minister Hoxhaj of Kosovo, and a attainment of a supposed President of Kosovo Thaci is expected. This means that they have good expectations for arranging meetings with a array of countries that have not famous Kosovo.

My categorical charge here will be, initial of all, to have shared meetings with a countries that can shabby not to change their position of non-recognition, though also, if possible, to have some countries retreat their position in a conflicting direction.

Today, we had a array of shared meetings. Last night we met with a Minister of Foreign Affairs of Madagascar, who insisted that we come here since Madagascar, as a nation that has not famous Kosovo, is unprotected to clever pressures. In a entrance days, we design some-more than 20 shared meetings with my counterparts from around a world”, pronounced a Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia in Madagascar today.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/15950-minister-dacic-on-francophonie-summit