Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Serbia and Sri Lanka cruise probability of visa exemption

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Ivica Dacic with Tilak MarapanaFirst Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic has met today, in Colombo, with his host, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka Tilak Marapana.

Expressing their pleasure during a initial assembly on Ministerial turn hold in a final 20 years, a dual Ministers remarkable that there were decades-long and traditionally accessible family between Serbia and Sri Lanka.

They concluded that a team-work indispensable to be promoted and enriched by heightening a shared domestic dialogue, including a visits on tip and high levels as good as by petrify forms of team-work in other areas, for that there was vast range and mutual readiness.

Both Ministers also discussed visas and possibilities for reciprocal extermination of visa requirements. They concluded that domestic consultations between a dual sides be hold in Belgrade.

The Head of Serbian tact thanked for a position of Sri Lanka on non-recognition of a unilaterally announced autonomy of “Kosovo”, awaiting that Sri Lanka will say this position in a future.

The Sri Lankan Foreign Minister reiterated a position, as also settled by Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe, that a uneven stipulation of autonomy of Kosovo is seen as separatism they faced as good and that it is therefore positively unsuitable for them.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17757-ministers-of-foreign-affairs-of-serbia-and-sri-lanka-consider-possibility-of-visa-exemption