First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic attended currently a central opening of a Centre for Russian Studies of a Belgrade University Faculty of Political Sciences, and a signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between a Faculty of Political Sciences of Belgrade University (FPN) and a Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO).
The Memorandum of Understanding was sealed by Dean of a Faculty of Political Sciences Dr. Dragan R. Simic and Vice-Rector for Science of a Moscow State Institute of International Relations Prof. Dr. Evgeny Kozokin.
Minister Dacic voiced his self-assurance that a investiture of these institutional ties would serve minister to a peculiarity of opening of a Centre for Russian Studies, enhancing a altogether family between a dual countries including in a fields of scholarship and education.
At a grave rite on a arise of a opening of a Centre for Russian Studies, Minister Dacic underlined a fact that a derivation of a Centre’s work coincided with a imprinting of a 180th anniversary of Serbia-Russia tactful relations.
“The high turn of a family with Russia, mutual closeness, support and bargain were reconfirmed in a many new revisit to Belgrade by a loyal crony of Serbian people and my dear co-worker Sergey Lavrov. The prominence of a talks was a joining to continue a clever holds with Russia, of that a people of Serbia could directly assure themselves during a concrete programme of revisit by a Russian Foreign Minister”, settled Minister Dacic.
The Minister voiced his compensation with a investiture of a Centre for Russia Studies and wished each success in a destiny work, underlining his expectancy that a Centre would conclude desirous goals, skeleton and activities in a work, and so turn – as an lavish source of knowledge, a loyal management in a systematic communities of Serbia and Europe.