Serbia and Slovenia discuss improvement of bilateral cooperation

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić talked with a delegation of the Slovenian parliament led by Parliament Speaker Janko Veber in Belgrade.

Nikolić said that the economic cooperation between the countries in the region and a joint entry into third markets would be an opportunity for economic progress of all the states created after the breakup of the former Yugoslavia, the president’s press service announced.

Nikolić underscored the advantages that Serbia offers when it comes to the sales of products in big markets, in Asia and Africa in particular.

The Serbian president presented an idea to the Slovenian parliamentarians about creating a joint product through the cooperation between the countries of the former Yugoslavia, which would be competitive on the global level and facilitate the progress of our economies.

Veber underlined Slovenia’s interest in cooperating with Serbia, as the country has great potential.

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