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Selaković: Serbia wants to strengthen ties with Cape Verde, 24. Nov 2021.


The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, spoke by phone today with Rui Alberto de Figueiredo Soares, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Regional Integration of the Republic of Cape Verde. 

Selaković assessed that bilateral relations are good and friendly and said that Serbia is determined to strengthen overall ties with that country.

The minister expressed satisfaction that our relations are adorned with mutual understanding and trust, noting that it is necessary to intensify political dialogue through the exchange of high-level visits. He added that Serbia is ready to conclude several bilateral agreements that would greatly facilitate cooperation.

The head of Serbian diplomacy especially thanked Cape Verde's principled position regarding the non-recognition of the unilaterally declared independence of the so-called "Kosovo", expressing expectation that this position will not change, and that we will continue to support and help each other in accordance with national priorities.

According to Minister Selaković, it is necessary to work on improving economic cooperation, and Serbia wants to hear the specific needs and priorities of Cape Verde, and is ready to share our knowledge and experience in areas such as health, agriculture and IT.

Selaković singled out the potentials of cooperation in the field of education, emphasizing that we have increased the number of scholarships within the "World in Serbia" program and that we want to provide an opportunity for a larger number of students from friendly countries to study in our country.

The ministers discussed the fight against the corona virus, and Selaković said that Serbia was ready to donate a certain amount of vaccines, in accordance with its capabilities.



Serbia expects support for opening clusters by end year, 12 November 2021


Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today in Paris that she expects positive news and support from France for opening one or two clusters at the intergovernmental conference to be held in December.

At the press conference, Brnabic stated that she talked with French President Emanuel Macron about the situation in Serbia, primarily in the context of European integration, i.e., whether we can count on the country's support for opening a cluster at the December intergovernmental conference.

We have two clusters ready for opening, so I expect positive news and support from France for one or both clusters, but certainly significant support, the Prime Minister said.

She pointed out that Macron told her to convey greetings to the President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vucic, and the whole of Serbia, as well as that he remembers his visit to Belgrade with great joy.

Today, I had good talks with the President of Cyprus, but also with the President of Slovenia, with whom I also talked about European integration, i.e., the country's support, which is clear and unambiguous for opening a cluster and further progress of Serbia towards full EU membership, regional relations and regional cooperation, said Brnabic.

She stated that she also talked with EU High Representative Josep Borrell in Paris.

There were interesting and good talks, it seems to me that we have done good things for our country and I expect it to continue today, the Prime Minister concluded.

Source/Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs


UNESCO’s role extremely important for preservation of Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija, 12 November 2021


Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today that severe examples of endangering the Serbian cultural, historical and spiritual heritage in Kosovo and Metohija are proof of the important role of UNESCO in protecting and preserving heritage.

At the 41st session of the General Conference of UNESCO in Paris, Brnabic emphasized that four jewels of the Serbian medieval cultural heritage in Kosovo – Visoki Decani, Pec Patriarchate, Gracanica and Bogorodica Ljeviska, have been preserved thanks to the fact that they are inscribed on the endangered world heritage list. Hundreds of other sites and monuments are endangered.

The Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija is of immeasurable importance, not only for the national identity of Serbia, but also as a part of the esteemed European and world heritage, she underlined.

Source/Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs


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