Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic has arrived in China for an official visit that will last several days during which he will take part in the Second International Cooperation Forum “One Belt, One Road” and have numerous bilateral talks with the highest officials, including the Chinese and Russian president, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin respectively.
Vucic will also meet the Switzerland Federation President, Ueli Maurer and Belarus President, Alexander Lukashenko.
Furthermore, the President of Serbia will participate in the round table discussion “Initiatives aiming at finding new growth sources,” and will be among three leaders who will address the Forum at its end.
He will also witness the signing of the announced ten agreements between China and Serbia.
Sinisa Mali, Serbia’s Finance Minister said on Tuesday that Belgrade and Beijing would sign ten commercial agreements during the forthcoming “One Belt, One Road” summit in the Chinese capital, the Beta news agency reported.
The Serbian delegation, led by Vucic, also includes Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Rasim Ljajic, Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Zorana Mihajlovic, Minister of Finance, Sinisa Mali, Minister Mining and Energy, Aleksandar Antic, Minister without Portfolio in charge of Innovation and Technological Development, Nenad Popovic, as well as the President National Council for Co-ordination of Cooperation with Russia and China, Tomislav Nikolic.
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