Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that Turkey is his partner in maintaining peace and stability in the Western Balkans.
Vucic received the President of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, Mustafa Şentop, who came to Belgrade for the 60th meeting of the General Assembly, at which the presidency of the Parliamentary Assembly for the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) was transferred to Turkey.
Vucic shared through his social media account after his meeting with Şentop, “I am honored to meet again with our distinguished guest, Speaker of the House of Representatives Mustafa Şentop. I took this meeting as an opportunity and conveyed my greetings to my dear friend Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.” He made remarks.
Noting that they talked about relations between the two countries with Şentop, Vucic stated that they discussed economic cooperation, energy security, Turkish investments in his country, and regional issues.
Vucic stressed that Turkey has a big role in the region, and said in his post: “Serbia encourages Turkey for projects in the field of infrastructure and energy, which maintain peace and stability in the Western Balkans, and contribute to the general security of citizens not only in Serbia but in all countries.” The region sees it as a partner that provides support in its implementation. Use expressions.
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