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Chepurin discuss ways to increase trade volume

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic met on Tuesday with Ambassador of the Russian Federation Alexander Chepurin to talk about further steps to improve economic relations and increase the trade volume, as well as about cooperation in the field of tourism.

Ljajic pointed out that the Russian market will get particular attention in the future when it comes to attracting tourists to Serbia.

Ljajic said that, with this in mind, Russia’s participation in the forthcoming International Tourism Fair in Belgrade is of great importance, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister said.

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Chepurin informed Ljajic that Russia, in cooperation with its partners, will prepare a draft agreement on free trade between Serbia and the Eurasian Economic Union by the beginning of October, when negotiations might start.

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