Republic of Serbia and Antigua and Barbuda settle tactful relations

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Ivica Dacic with Chet GreeneIn a brief rite hold in a context of a shared assembly in a margins of a 73rd UNGA General Debate, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic and Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Immigration of Antigua and Barbuda Chet Greene sealed a Joint Communique on a investiture of tactful relations.

In a accessible conversation, a dual Ministers exchanged views about tellurian and informal domestic processes, with special importance on opportunities for building shared cooperation.

Minister Dacic also proficient his co-worker with a march of a extensive reforms undertaken by a Government of Serbia, and with Serbia’s European formation process.

The Foreign Minister of Antigua and Barbuda underlined that his nation directed to have as many friends opposite a creation as possible, and that a team-work developed to a mutual satisfaction, for that reason they also dictated to set adult a authorised horizon by entering into general treaties in all areas of mutual interest.

Both Ministers voiced their compensation over a investiture of tactful relations, that were a precondition for serve cooperation.

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