Trade and economic cooperation between Serbia and Mongolia has been agreed, News
The agreement on trade and economic cooperation between Serbia and Mongolia was signed in New York, with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Batsetseg Batmunk and by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic. He said that we are open for the improvement of political dialogue and overall cooperation with that country, especially in the field of economy, reports the Government’s website.
During the meeting, they discussed the further development of cultural and educational cooperation, but also cooperation in other areas.
Selakovic offered Mongolia participation in the “World in Serbia” program, within which our country awards scholarships for studying in Serbia.
The head of Serbian diplomacy especially expressed gratitude to Mongolia for its position on the issue of Kosovo and Metohija and for its support for our territorial integrity and sovereignty.
The Minister emphasized the positive agenda of Serbia, dedicated to the development of the entire region and the Open Balkans initiative, which can relax political relations in the region with economic benefits.
Selakovic also informed his interlocutor about the economic successes that Serbia has achieved in the previous seven years, which provided the basis for the development of digitalization, infrastructure and other areas.
According to him, thanks to that, Serbia was able to invest funds in health care, especially in the construction of hospitals and the production of coronavirus vaccines.
He expressed hope that the Mongolian delegation would be present in Belgrade in the first half of October at the gathering marking the 60th anniversary of the First Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement, according to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, eKapija reports.
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