The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, thanked on his official Instagram account his counterparts from Turkey and Hungary for their visit to Belgrade this week.
Vučić reflected on the previous week, in which, in addition to the visit of President Erdoğan and his Hungarian counterpart Novak, he held a meeting with EU Special Representative Miroslav Lajčak. He then ended the week with an important visit to the United Arab Emirates, where he signed a number of important agreements for Serbia with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
“This week Serbia hosted dear friends, sincere and reliable partners, the Presidents of Turkey and Hungary. It was a great honour for me to play once again host to President Erdoğan, with whom I discussed stability in the region, the importance of preserving peace, and improving economic and political cooperation between us. I then welcomed Katalin Novak, President of our friend Hungary, which, as an EU member, provides Serbia with the utmost support on its path toward EU membership.
A sincere friendship was born between our two nations, which we continue to preserve and strengthen both politically and economically. I also had an important and difficult meeting with EU Special Representative Miroslav Lajčak and the foreign and security policy advisors of the French President and the German Chancellor.
Our message remains the same – there will be no recognition of Kosovo’s independence! The process continues, difficult months are ahead of us, but we will continue to insist on respecting international law. I ended the week with an important visit to the United Arab Emirates. As always, I had excellent discussions with my dear friend, the President of the United Arab Emirates, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. We discussed extremely important regional and global issues and signed a number of agreements which are of enormous benefit to Serbia,” Vučić wrote on his Instagram profile.
Vučić will be in Slovenia today, where he will attend the Brdo-Brioni summit.
(Večernje Novosti, 12.09.2022)
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