Yesterday, during the third day of his stay at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, the MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, had meetings with 18 foreign ministers.
At bilateral meetings with the ministers of Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Andorra, Singapore, Bahrain, Hungary, Barbados, Liechtenstein and Egypt, Selaković presented concrete proposals for improving political and economic ties, strengthening the contractual basis of cooperation and exchanging delegations.
One of the key topics of the conversation, as in the past few days, was Serbia’s struggle to protect key state and national interests when it comes to Kosovo and Metohija.
In accordance with the messages that Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić sent to world leaders as part of the general debate at the UN, the head of Serbian diplomacy pointed out to the interlocutors the principled positions of our country, based on the UN Charter and respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of states – a fundamental principle of international law.
In addition, Minister Selaković held a large number of short talks with the heads of diplomacy he met at the UN, and at the Permanent Mission of Serbia he hosted American Congressman Erik Svolvel and Director of the World Economic Forum Mirek Dušek.
Selaković also had the opportunity to speak at the UN headquarters and at the ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement, and reiterated Serbia’s commitment to the values of that movement and to building friendship with its members.
In the next two days, the head of Serbian diplomacy will have a large number of meetings with foreign ministers from all parts of the world and will sign several interstate agreements.
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