Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated that he sees Turkey as an important partner in realizing major projects in the field of infrastructure and energy, as well as maintaining peace and stability in the Western Balkans.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic received the Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey Mustafa Sentop and his accompanying parliamentary delegation, who came to Belgrade for various meetings.
President Vucic participated through his account on social media about the meeting in which he discussed the dynamics of Turkish-Serbian relations, economic relations, energy security, investments and the situation in the region. Conveying his greetings to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the occasion of the meeting, Vucic explained that Turkey plays an important role in realizing major projects in the field of infrastructure and energy, which contribute to safeguarding peace and stability in the country. Western Balkans, as well as for the security of not only Serbia but also the citizens of all countries of the region, and emphasized that he considers them a partner. Parliament Speaker Şentop is scheduled to meet with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and National Assembly Speaker Vladimir Orlik. Sintop will also attend the 60th session of the General Assembly of the Parliamentary Assembly for the Economic Cooperation of the Black Sea, where Turkey will assume the Presidency of the Republic in Serbia.
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