The DELEGATION of Serbia, headed by President Aleksandar Vučić, is staying in Sochi. Presidents Vučić and Putin talked behind closed doors for longer than expected, and then headed to lunch.
The nineteenth meeting of the two presidents was very cordial, and immediately after they settled down, the Serbian president expressed a special wish to Putin.
– We are still expecting you in the Temple of Saint Sava – said the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, during the meeting with Putin.
During the meeting, the President of Serbia stated that the relations between the two countries are at the highest historical level.
– I believe that the relations between Serbia and Russia are at the highest level in history – said Vučić, as reported by the Russian agency TASS.
The President of Serbia also emphasized that the cooperation between the two countries in the military-technical sphere is at the highest level, and that official Belgrade hopes for new agreements.
– Yes, our military-technical cooperation is at the highest level. We are grateful to you for the beautiful gifts we received. I think that we will have new agreements in various spheres – said Vučić.
It should be reminded that this is an extremely important meeting for Serbia, President Vučić emphasized several times, emphasizing the future long-term agreement with Russia on gas supply as the most important topic of conversation, not hiding that he will beg Putin for the best price for that energy, because further economic development of Serbia.
– That is a question for our entire country, because the arrival of investors depends on it, whether we will have electricity and reserves – said Vučić before leaving for Russia.
The meeting in Sochi, the 19th official meeting of the two presidents, comes at a time of numerous challenges facing Serbia – increased pressure from the West “wrapped” in criticism of the rule of law, the media, the state of the environment, and the international community’s silence on Pristina’s moves. but also complicating the situation in the region.
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