Minister Dacic perceived a pleasantness call from newly allocated Ambassador of Japan Junichi Maruyama

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Ivica Dacic perceived currently a pleasantness call from Ambassador of Japan Junichi Maruyama, who recently presented his certification to President of a Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic.

Minister Dacic welcomed a new Ambassador of Japan wishing him success in his goal in Serbia. The Foreign Minister voiced pleasure during a really good shared family between a dual countries and a ceiling trend in their cooperation, along with his certainty that a newly allocated Ambassador of Japan Junichi Maruyama would continue a complete activities directed during serve all-round encouragement of team-work between a dual countries, to that a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia stood prepared to offer each assistance and support.

It was assessed during a talks that a family between a dual countries were on an descending line, and that they were concrete and multi-faceted, both on shared and multilateral levels.
Both sides reliable their willingness to serve raise their mutual dialogue, expressing that they were quite looking brazen to a stirring revisit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to a Republic of Serbia, in a mutual faith that a revisit would make a poignant grant to a graduation of a altogether team-work between a dual countries.

The interlocutors underlined a seductiveness of Serbia and Japan to serve bond a economies of a dual countries by strengthening economic, and other forms of cooperation, with sold importance on augmenting Japanese investments in Serbia and corner proceed to third markets.

Minister Dacic reiterated, this time again, his thankfulness for a high turn of oneness with Serbia, voiced by a people of Japan by donations and grants. The Serbian Foreign Minister assessed that support and oneness were mutual, forming a durability value in a serve growth of accessible family between Serbia and Japan.

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