Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić landed in Abu Dhabi and began an official two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates.
It is the first official visit of President Vučić in his new mandate, and to a country with which Serbia has had very close relations for years.
In a severe global crisis, this visit means a lot for Serbia because the United Arab Emirates is seventh in the world in terms of oil reserves, i.e. they own almost 6 percent of the world’s oil reserves.
In Abu Dhabi, the President of Serbia is coming at the invitation of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed, the President of the UAE, a long-time personal friend and a great friend of Serbia, who became the President of the Emirates after the death of his brother Khalifa, and who is today ranked by the world’s media as one of the most powerful people in the world because of of the wise policies he led, as well as because of the energy potentials at his disposal.
At the beginning of the war in Ukraine, the world media announced that he refused to answer the phone of US President Joseph Biden, who had been trying for two weeks to get in touch with him in order to try to influence the way energy resources are disposed of.
Bilateral meetings and signing of agreements will be held in the newly built Al Watan Palace (Palace of the People), the new symbol of the Arab world, located on the shores of Abu Dhabi.
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