First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently with Luís Filipe Tavares, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Communities and Minister of Defence of a Republic of Cabo Verde, who is on an central revisit to Belgrade.
After their meeting, a dual ministers currently sealed a Memorandum of Understanding between a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Communities of Cabo Verde.
Minister Dacic estimated that a MoU would minister to a growth of Serbia-Cabo Verde relations, that use to be good in a past overdue to their nationals attending post-graduate investigate courses in a country.
Minister Dacic stressed that a family between a dual countries were good, however adding that they had not been promoted given a time of a former Yugoslavia and Josip Broz Tito’s support to African countries’ onslaught for independence.
The Minister removed that Serbia had recently assimilated a Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP) as an associate spectator and that many of a member countries, including a many successful among them, had not famous a autonomy of Kosovo.
The Serbian Foreign Minister also underlined that Serbia would open an Office of an Honorary Consul in Cabo Verde, since Minister Tavares called for anticipating a correct claimant to paint his nation in Belgrade as Honorary Consul.
Minister Luís Filipe Tavares pronounced that Serbia could rest on this African nation in a efforts to safety inhabitant interests concerning a emanate of Kosovo.
“Serbia can trust us. We are a approved nation firm by a order of law, gripping a word and fervent of carrying glorious family with Serbia. You can count on us station beside we in fighting for your inhabitant interests”, pronounced Minister Tavares.
“Cabo Verde had no seductiveness of a possess to join a efforts for a refuge of territorial integrity, nonetheless they have finished so as an act of loyal friendship”, pronounced Minister Dacic adding that both countries would start operative on reciprocal visa exemption.
Minister Tavares voiced his thankfulness for a comfortable and considerate welcome, stressing that this was a initial time that he had felt during home in an Eastern European nation as good as that he was won over by frankness and a suggestion of loyalty and humanity.
He also emphasized that both countries would build on a existent good will and rise family in a fields of economy, tourism, enlightenment and ICT.