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On June 26 and 27, the Embassy will not be working.



The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia informs that the documentary film "The Truth-No Kosovo Unesco"  which talks about the mass destruction of the Serbian Churces and Monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija since 1999 can be found at the web site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. The link is as follows:


Afrer wathcing the documentary, it is obvious why the Republic of Serbia is against the admission of "Kosovo" to UNESCO.


Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu received today ambassador Zoran Markovic. During the meeting both of them expressed their satisfaction with the current relations of two countries that have been at the highest level in the contemporary political history. Minister Cavusoglu stated that the autumn visit of the president Erdogan to Serbian and recent visit of the President Vucic were of a historical importance. Opening of the Honorary Consulate of Serbia in Antalya, `Morava` airport in Kraljevo and opening of a friendship park in Ankara were also discussed on the meeting. Regional issues, such as the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, were also mentioned. Ambassador Markovic underlined that Turkey plays a very constructive role in the stability of the region, especially from the aspect of the relationships between Serbs and Bosniaks. It is agreed on the extension of good contacts and cooperation.


Delegation of Serbian Ombudsman headed by Mr. Zoran Pasalic Protector of Citizens of Serbia made an official visit to Ankara. In the presence of Serbian Ambassador to Turkey H.E. Mr. Zoran Markovic, two ombudsmen, Mr. Zoran Pasalic on Serbian side and Mr. Seref on Turkish side, signed the Memorandum on cooperation between Ombudsman Office of the Republic of Serbia and Ombudsman Institution of the Republic of Turkey. This Memorandum will be a solid base for improving further cooperation. Serbian delegation was receiven by the President of Grand National Assembly of Turkey H.E. Mr. Ismail Kahraman who stated his pleasure about the successful cooperation of two institutions of the two countries. Serbian Ombudsman delegation visited also The Human Rights and Equality Institution of Turkey.


At the beginning of his two-day official visit to Turkey, President of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Mr. Aleksandar Vucic came to Istanbul where he was welcomed at the airport by President of the Republic of Turkey H.E. Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan with the military parade. Later on, two presidents participated at Turkish-Serbian Business Forum attended by Serbian and Turkish businessmen. In his speech to the businessmen, president Vucic underlined that the relations of the two country are better than ever, but more effort must be shown in the areo of economic relations. He thanked to president Erdogan and Turkish investors for having invested in small cities and the ones affected by the recent floods where the investors from other countries did not want to invest. He stated that the future potential for cooperation is very vast, especially in industries of textile, food and agriculture. He made an appeal to Turkish investors to continue investing into Serbia and reminded that the trade exchange has grown over 9 times in last 10 months. President Vucic expressed his gratitude to president Erdogan for the ceremonial welcome at the airport adding that Turkey should know that it can always count on Serbia, as well as that Serbia knows that it can count on Turkey. In his speech at Forum, president Erdogan said that Serbia is a friendly state to Turkey and it is a key country for the peace and stability of the Balkans. He said that both sides have a strong will for improving the existing good cooperation even more and that he also hoped that the trade exchange that passed 1 billion dollars, will rise soon to 2 billion dollars because there are so many big opportunities for all kind of investors for investing in the Balkans.


The next day, president Vucic met in Ankara Charimen of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey H.E. Mr. Ismail Kahraman with whom he discussed the bilateral relations. Two statemen concluded that the preservation of the stability in the region of South Easter Europe and enforcing the regional cooperation, in which the part of Serbia and Turkey is very important, in the interest of the both countries, as well as the region itself. Before this meeting president Vucic visited the mausoloeum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and later on met with the Turkish president Erdogan.

President of the Republic of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan organized a special ceremonial welcome for the president of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic i front of the Presidential complex in Ankara. After the meeting of two presidents, they held a press-conference where the Serbian president thanked for the magnificent welcome ceremony and president Erdogan`s strong will for rising of the economic cooperation at the highest level possible. Two presidents opened the first session of the High Council for Cooperation of Turkey and Serbia. During this session, agreements on transport, IT, energy, agriculture, ecology and police cooperation were signed. It is stressed that these agreements as welle as the couple of road infrastructural project, one of them Belgrade-Sarajevo high way, will be the elements for improval the cooperation in the next period. President Vucic stated that he values a lot the appeal of president Erdogan at the Forum and in Ankara to the investors to come and invest to Serbia since it is a positive signal for the investors and at the same time a gesture of the friendship towards Serbia. President Erdogan underlined thet the experience exchange and development of the infrastructural project contributing to regional development, peace and prosperity, will be continued.

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