Serbia wants to foster altogether team-work with Germany

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Ivica Dacic had talks currently with Ambassador Christian Hellbach, Envoy of a German Federal Foreign Office for South Eastern Europe, EFTA Countries and Turkey.

Minister Dacic forked out that a family between Serbia and Germany were during a really high turn and that they were characterized by an strong team-work in all fields, by high-level discourse and a consistent rising trend. He emphasized that a shared relations, not usually domestic though mercantile as well, had been intensely softened over a past years. The trade between a dual countries reached scarcely EUR 4 million in volume terms, with a Federal Republic of Germany being among a vital investors and with over 370 Germany companies handling in Serbia and contracting some 35,000 workers.

The Serbian Foreign Minister underlined in sold that Serbia wanted to urge a altogether team-work with Germany and reminded that Serbia too done a poignant grant to fortitude and encouragement of team-work in a region, adding that Serbia would continue a constructive process to that end.

Ambassador Hellbach concluded with a comment of family between a dual countries, emphasizing that Geramny reserved Serbia a many critical purpose in terms of fortitude and alleviation of informal cooperation. He highlighted that Serbia was not usually a largest and many critical country, though also a nation with a largest intensity and executive and other capacity, essentially in a context of European integration.

Ambassador Hellbach pronounced that it was intensely critical to Germany that Serbia continued to play a constructive role, since a fortitude of a segment was as most critical to Germany as to Europe. He also underscored that a Federal Republic of Germany rarely appreciated a process and a attribute of Serbia towards a migrants.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16323-serbia-wants-to-promote-overall-cooperation-with-germany