Serbia’s willingness to entirely minister to a serve graduation of UNESCO’s work

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met today, in a margins of a 39th Session of a UNESCO General Conference, with Ambassador Zohour Alaoui, Permanent Delegate of Morocco to UNESCO, and a new President of a UNESCO General Conference.

Congratulating her on a choosing as President of a 39th Session of a UNESCO General Conference, Minister Dacic voiced his wish that a team-work between a Republic of Serbia and UNESCO would successfully continue in a entrance duration as well.

In a context of a probability of re-launching a bid of “Kosovo” to join UNESCO during one of a arriving sessions of a Executive Board or a UNESCO General Conference, a First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs voiced his expectancy that a newly inaugurated President of a UNESCO General Conference would consistently belong to a Organization’s Constitution as good as to a beliefs of a UN Charter and a effective resolutions of a United Nations Security Council.

Taking into comment many years of Zohour Alaoui’s tactful experience, quite in a margin of multilateral diplomacy, he underlined his expectancy that she would perform her duties with success, notwithstanding many hurdles confronting UNESCO.

The Serbian Foreign Minister conveyed willingness of a Republic of Serbia, as a stream member of a Executive Board of UNESCO, to make a full grant to a serve graduation of UNESCO’s work within a range of a jurisdiction.

Thanking a Minister for a congratulations, Ambassador Alaoui voiced wish that a team-work between UNESCO and a Republic of Serbia would be promoted further, stressing her willingness to privately minister to a de-politicization of UNESCO and a Organization’s lapse to a core beliefs and priorities of a work.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17125-serbias-readiness-to-fully-contribute-to-the-further-promotion-of-unescos-work