Principled position of Sao Tome and Principe concerning a honour of general law and non-recognition of Kosovo

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had a assembly today, in New York, with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sao Tome and Principe Urbino Botelho.

Minister Dacic underlined a significance of imprinting a 40th anniversary of tactful family between a dual countries, as good as of continued strengthening of a accessible family and shared cooperation.

Foreign Minister Dacic reliable Serbia’s joining to a refuge of a normal ties with Sao Tome and Principe, expressing his thankfulness for a preference to repel a approval of a uneven stipulation of autonomy of Kosovo.

Minister Dacic highlighted a significance of refuge of this scrupulous position, and invited Minister Botelho to revisit Serbia.

Foreign Minister Botelho voiced his high appreciation of, and honour for, a grant by Yugoslavia to a growth of his country, confirming that his Government paid good courtesy to Serbia and to a fortitude of a Kosovo and Metohija emanate by dialogue.

Minister Botelho underscored that his nation would continue to resolutely defend a position of non-recognition of a uneven stipulation of autonomy of Kosovo, non-acceptance of any form of relations, while advocating reaching of a pacific solution, and honour of general law and a United Nations Charter.

Thanking a Serbian Foreign Minister for a invitation to revisit Serbia, Minister Botelho reciprocated by mouth-watering Minister Dacic to revisit Sao Tome and Principe.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16946-principled-position-of-sao-tome-and-principe-concerning-the-respect-of-international-law-and-non-recognition-of-kosovo