Ankara, 25 January 2023 (TDI): The First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Ivica Dacic will pay an official visit to Turkiye tomorrow, 26th January 2023.
He will be visiting at the invitation of the Foreign Minister of Turkiye, Mevlut Cavusoglu as both seek to promote bilateral relations.
The guest is expected to arrive in the country early tomorrow at the capital, Ankara. He will be welcomed by the country’s Foreign Affairs delegates led by the Foreign Minister.
Follow-up events will seek to promote the bilateral diplomatic relations of these countries will take place.
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The Foreign Ministry of Turkiye stated, “All aspects of our bilateral relations, steps for further enhancing the cooperation between Turkiye and Serbia, and current regional and international developments will be addressed during the visit.”
Seeking to promote the bilateral relations between these two countries is a foundation for ensuring that the developmental agendas set up by the UN in the sustainable development goals are protected.
They will discuss the various ways that these two countries will be able to integrate for a common purpose towards development.
Also, issues of regional and international interest will be raised during the meeting. The region has quite several issues ranging from economic challenges to democratic practices among certain countries.
Serbia is seeking a stronger partner to be able to develop better mutual support and Turkiye has been a great asset for most countries in that part of the region.
Turkiye’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his official statement during the Trilateral summit which took place in Uzbekistan ensured that members of the region appreciated the need for bilateral relations and how to promote development.
It is pertinent to note that Turkiye and Serbia relations have been long established and they seek to use the medium to strengthen it further.