Minister Dacic meets a newly-appointed Ambassador of Croatia to Serbia

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic perceived currently a pleasantness call from a newly-appointed Ambassador of a Republic of Croatia to a Republic of Serbia, Gordan Bakota.

Minister Dacic wished a Croatian Ambassador acquire to Serbia and a successful term-of-office, expressing his faith that, in a entrance period, a dual countries would settle some-more diversified shared family on a basement of mutual honour and upkeep of good-neighbourly relations.

Minister Dacic and Ambassador Bakota concluded that, in a entrance period, both sides should concentration on a destiny and on violation a corner in a work of a corner intergovernmental committees tasked with solution a open issues between a dual countries. Interlocutors also concluded that President Aleksandar Vucic’s designed revisit to Zagreb would be a certain step brazen in a family between a dual countries, and voiced both countries’ willingness to jointly work on formulating a conditions required for a soonest probable realization.

Minister Dacic took a event to extend an invitation to a Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of a Republic of Croatia, Marija Pejcinović Buric, to make a shared revisit to Serbia.

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