First Deputy Prime Minister of a Republic of Serbia and Minister of Foreign Affair Ivica Dačić met currently with a Minister of Communications and Media of a Democratic Republic of Congo, Lambert Mende Omalanga.
Minister Dačić reminded that Serbia was unapproachable of a story of a family and of team-work dating behind to a times of former Yugoslavia. He underscored that a nation fostered Yugoslav politics towards a whole Africa, reminding that a First Conference of Non-Aligned Countries was hold in a former SFRY and that Serbia announced 25 May as a Day of Friendship with a Peoples of Africa.
The Head of Serbian tact proficient his interlocutor with a position of Serbia per Kosovo, thanking for DR Congo’s organisation and scrupulous position on this issue, and sensitive him about a negotiations conducted in Brussels.
Minister Dačić pronounced that Serbia wished to rise team-work with DRC in all areas, trade, grant extenuation for students from DRC, as good as team-work in a fields of scholarship and sports.
The Minister of a Democratic Republic of Congo stressed that his nation also advocated mercantile team-work with a Republic of Serbia and that this revisit should lead one step closer to that goal. He underlined that he was happy to revisit Serbia and that he felt quite celebrated to be in a city in that a First discussion of a Non-Aligned Movement had been held.
Regarding a emanate of Kosovo, he emphasized that a Democratic Republic of Congo had full bargain for a position of Serbia, that they were dedicated to a element of inviolability of borders, as good as that a support of his nation for a territorial firmness and government of a Republic of Serbia was unequivocal.
Both sides concluded that traditionally accessible family between a dual countries, that have prolonged and abounding history, should also be a basement for their mercantile team-work and for mutual support during a general turn and in general organizations.