Kyrgyz Foreign Minister Genbek Kolobayev met with Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic in the capital, Bishkek.
During the meeting held at the Presidential Conference Center, the two sides discussed the current situation of Kyrgyzstan-Serbia cooperation, as well as exchanged views on bilateral and regional issues.
The meeting stressed the need to expand political cooperation through high-level mutual visits, resumption of bilateral political consultations and close interaction between international organizations.
The two foreign ministers noted that the visa-exemption system between the two countries creates favorable conditions for mutual travel and the development of tourism in the two countries.
Kolobiev stressed the importance of strengthening practical cooperation in the commercial and economic fields.
Dacic stressed that Kyrgyzstan and Serbia are friendly countries and that practical cooperation should take place in various fields.
A memorandum of understanding was signed between the Kyrgyz Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Diplomatic Academy of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Diplomatic Academy of the Kyrgyz Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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