Readiness to serve indurate team-work between Serbia, Pan-African Parliament and African countries

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently Speaker of a Pan-African Parliament, Hon. Roger Nkodo Dang and a member of a Pan-African Parliament from Mauritius, who are visiting Serbia during a invitation of a Speaker of a National Assembly of a Republic of Serbia, Ms. Maja Gojkovic.

In rarely considerate and accessible talks, views were exchanged and mutual willingness reiterated for serve consolidation of team-work between Serbia, a Pan-African Parliament and African countries, during a shared level.

Minister Dacic forked to a outrageous significance that Serbia attaches to a growth of family with African countries and conveyed Serbia’s willingness to achieve, as a pivotal inheritor of a SFRY policy, a afterwards turn of relations, both domestic and economic.

Minister Dacic voiced his expectancy that a African countries that had not famous a unilaterally announced autonomy of Kosovo would continue to belong to a position, and a Speaker of a Pan-African Parliament reaffirmed, in perspective of a glorious and traditionally accessible family between African countries and Serbia, a delay of a scrupulous support of a Pan-African Parliament,  Cameroon and other African countries to Serbia per Kosovo and Metohija, during both shared and multilateral level.

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