Minister Dacic talks to a Foreign Ministers of Tunisia, San Marino and Turkmenistan

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia Khemaies Jhinaoui met yesterday on a margins of a 71st event of a UN General Assembly. The Ministers concluded that a dual countries’ good family antiquated behind to a times of a former Yugoslavia, though that there was room for alleviation of a cooperation, both in terms of shared family and during a turn of general organizations. Minister Dacic thanked Tunisia for a support per a issues critical for Serbia, and voiced a willingness of Serbia to retaliate support.

In his talks with a Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Raşit Meredow, Minister Dacic highlighted that there were no open issues between a dual states, that a family were friendly, though that there was room for a alleviation of cooperation, generally in areas of economy, education, cultivation and culture. Minister Meredow concluded that a shared family were good and that they should be deepened by some-more complete contacts and shared visits. He extended an invitation to a Serbian Foreign Minister for appearance in a Sustainable Transport Conference, to be hold in Turkmenistan, in November.

Minister Dacic met a Minister of Foreign and Political Affairs of San Marino Pasquale Valentini. In a meeting, a Ministers concluded that Serbia and San Marino confirmed a traditionally good family that should be fostered. Minister Velentini stressed that San Marino was meddlesome in a growth of shared family in a areas of culture, tourism and economy.

Minister Dacic also talked yesterday with a Secretary-General of a Arab League Ahmed Aboul-Gheit. The dual interlocutors discussed possibilities for a enrichment of cooperation.

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