First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had a assembly currently with a Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Poland, Jacek Czaputowicz, who is on an central revisit to a Republic of Serbia.
Ministers Dacic and Czaputowicz discussed a shared family and mercantile team-work between their countries, and Serbia’s EU integration.
At a corner press conference, a dual Ministers highlighted that, in a entrance year, Serbia and Poland will be imprinting a 100th anniversary of a investiture of tactful family between them, and that – given such good chronological relations, a dual countries would rise an even improved mutual relationship, in a duration ahead.
“We are accessible countries and accessible peoples. Perhaps we have not done a sufficient volume of bid to operationalize and rise a accessible relations, essentially in perspective of all a problems that we have faced together over a past decades, though we are but really gratified to note currently that Poland is an EU Member State that is one of a categorical advocates of a EU increase thesis”, settled Serbia’s Foreign Minister.
Foreign Minister Dacic underlined that Serbia was confident with a turn of mercantile sell between a dual countries, that has reached roughly a billion and 200 million euro final year, while totalling some 380 million euro in a initial 4 months of this year.
“Given a available expansion of commodity exchange, we wish to see a sell surge, year after year,” pronounced Minister Dacic, adding that Poland is Serbia’s eighth largest trade partner, and fifth largest among EU Member States.
Minister Czaputowicz settled that today’s revisit was a acknowledgment of good family existent between a dual countries, that Poland wishes to strengthen these relations, as most as it would like to strengthen mercantile and informative cooperation, as good as team-work within a horizon of general organizations. The Polish Foreign Minister emphasized his country’s support to Serbia’s aspirations to join a European Union, indicating it as one of a goals of a unfamiliar process of Poland.