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SERBIA

XI JINPING TO VUCIC: TRUST GROWING CONSTANTLY BETWEEN SERBIA, CHINA

BELGRADE, 6 November 2017 (Beta) - Chinese President Xi Jinping wrote to his Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vucic, to underline the strategic partnership between the two states, adding that the bilateral relationship was developing very well, too. Xi Jinping expressed his thanks for Vucic's congratulations on his re-election as General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, having noted increasing political trust between the two leaders, the Office of the Serbian President quoted the letter. "China and Serbia share a long tradition of friendship, and the two states are important and reliable strategic partners. High-level visits have been exchanged at a more dynamic pace lately, political trust is growing and cultural exchange and cooperation is very active," the Chinese president said in the letter. China's leader also said that there has been an "excellent upward trend" in the Sino-Serbian relationship, and that communications between the two ruling parties have played an important role "in deepening understanding and trust," encouraging bilateral cooperation in all areas. "I want to share an effort with you to expand the political and social role of the two ruling parties, to contribute to bilateral relations and to building a shared future for mankind" the president underscored in his letter.

JOKSIMOVIC: SERBIA RESPECTS UKRAINE'S TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY

BELGRADE, 6 November 2017 (Beta) - The Serbian minister in charge of the country's accession to the European Union (EU), Jadranka Joksimovic, said on Nov. 6 that Serbia respected the territorial integrity of Ukraine, and thanked it for its refusal to recognize the independence of Kosovo, the Serbian government's press office said in a press release. At a meeting with a Ukrainian delegation, including representatives from different national institutions in charge of the country's EU accession, Minister Joksimovic talked about the activities Serbia had already carried out, or was planning to, in the integration process, discussing with the delegates different opportunities for bilateral cooperation. In a comment on differences over the words of Ukraine's ambassador to Serbia, the minister said that Serbia and Ukraine "have to develop more tactful approaches to each other, even over matters on which they hold different vews," the press office released. Minister Joksimovic said that cooperation with Ukraine in the EU integration process started years ago, but that there was still room to increase it. She confirmed Serbia's readiness to share experience in the accession process, negotiations, specific chapters and use of pre-accession funds. The Ukrainian delegates expressed their thanks for Serbia's readiness to share part of its experience in the political and technical negotiating process, hoping that cooperation would continue, the press office reported.

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