Minister Dacic perceived newly-appointed Ambassador of a Lebanese Republic

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Dacic and Mrs. Nada Al Akl.First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic perceived currently a pleasantness call from a newly-appointed Ambassador of a Lebanese Republic in Belgrade, Mrs. Nada Al Akl.

In welcoming a Ambassador, Minister Dacic forked to a significance of serve corner rendezvous towards a graduation of team-work between a dual countries, quite in a margin of economy. In that respect, he emphasized a significance of strengthening mercantile team-work by augmenting a volume of trade, substantiating ties between a Chambers of Commerce of Serbia and of Lebanon as good as by hosting mercantile conferences and fora in this field, enabling approach business-to-business contacts between a dual countries.

Both sides indicated that there was a intensity for a growth of tourism, observant that a series of Lebanese tourists visiting Serbia had extremely increasing on final year.

Minister Dacic voiced sold thankfulness for a scrupulous position of a Lebanese Republic concerning a non-recognition of a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo and voiced a expectancy that Lebanon would continue to support a territorial firmness and government of a Republic of Serbia. On a other hand, Serbia would continue to make a active grant to a UNIFIL goal in Lebanon by rendezvous of Serbian Armed Forces personnel.

The collocutors concluded that there was a need to step adult high-level domestic discourse and foster cooperation, and in that context they emphasized a significance of a lapse revisit to be done by Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lebanon Gebran Bassil to Belgrade in a entrance period.

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