Participation in a Francophonie Summit rarely critical for Serbia

At a Francophonie Summit, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had talks with several Heads of State and Government and Foreign Ministers of Francophonie member States, including a Organization’s Secretary General Michaelle Jean and other high officials.

Particular significance is trustworthy to meetings with French President Hollande, President of Vietnam Quang, as good as Presidents of a Swiss Confederation, Seychelles, Comoros and a Central African Republic.

During a Summit, a Serbian Foreign Minister also met Prime Ministers of Canada, Mauritius and a Vice President of Egypt. On a Ministerial level, talks were hold with Foreign Ministers of Rwanda, Haiti, Mali, a Congo and Algeria.

Minister Dacic took a event during a Summit to benefaction to a President of Madagascar a Order of a Republic of Serbia with that he had been flashy by Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic.

All a talks highlighted a need of heightening contacts and communication, including some-more visit exchanges of visits during a top and high levels. The talks also centred on issues of domestic and mercantile shared team-work including, with some states, visa liberalization conditions.

The emanate of uneven stipulation of autonomy of Kosovo was extensively elaborated with all Francophonie members that had not famous it, along with a display of positions and arguments that were met with support.

At a Francophonie Summit in Antananarivo, a sum of 28 shared meetings were hold with Presidents of states, Prime Ministers, Ministers of Foreign Affairs and comparison member of Francophonie members, significantly contributing to a confirmation of Serbia’s unfamiliar process position, quite among a French-speaking countries.

The Summit offering a singular event to echo Serbia’s positions to a leaders of Francophonie countries, and call for their bargain and support.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/15962-participation-in-the-francophonie-summit-highly-important-for-serbia