Relations between Serbia and China reached a chronological peak

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently in Beijing with Minister of Foreign Affairs of a People’s Republic of China Wang Yi.

The interlocutors estimated that a family between a dual countries had reached a chronological rise and that compelling a family to a turn of all-round vital partnership supposing an glorious basement for serve deepening a team-work in all areas.

China’s organisation support to a government and territorial firmness of Serbia was reiterated as good as Serbia’s support to a “One-China” policy. Satisfaction was voiced with a power of domestic dialogue, while both Ministers concluded to reason unchanging annual meetings in a future.

Both sides underscored a significance of carrying sealed an Agreement on visa liberalisation for holders of typical passports, approaching to enter into force early subsequent year. They voiced an expectancy that a visa liberalisation would minister to a strengthening of altogether cooperation, in sold in tourism and people-to-people exchange.

Minister Dacic participated in a China – CEEC Think-Tank Symposium hosted by a Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), where he addressed as an titular guest a assembly of over dual hundred people, presenting Serbia’s perspective on a significance of a purpose and awaiting of compelling team-work in a horizon of this poignant mechanism

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