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Selaković: 100 meetings and 12 signed agreements on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly - 24 September 2022

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selaković stated that the delegation of Serbia completed very intensive diplomatic activity in New York within the 77th UN General Assembly. A total of 100 meetings were held on the sidelines of the 77th session, and that 12 agreements, protocols and memoranda were signed with state representatives with whom he had the opportunity to meet and discuss various issues.
Minister Selaković stated that the 77th session of the UN General Assembly was an opportunity to hold a series of meetings on the sidelines of the session with foreign ministers from several world countries and with US representatives and members of Congress, as well as representatives of the American-Jewish Committee, the Alliance of Civilizations, and the World Economic Forum.
“Summing up this year's UN General Assembly session and the meetings held on sidelines, I can proudly say that a total of 100 meetings were held, of which 95 with foreign ministers and five with representatives of the American-Jewish Committee, the Alliance of Civilizations, and the World Economic Forum”, Minister Selaković stated.
Minister Selaković emphasised that it was an excellent opportunity to affirm our policy, and added that foreign ministers from different countries were impressed after hearing the extraordinary address by President Aleksandar Vučić at the UN General Assembly.
“They were impressed by that speech. It was a speech that confirmed Serbia’s consistent respect for international law, respect for the role of the UN and respect for the resolutions of the UN Security Council in force. Serbia is not a large country geographically and in terms of population, but a country that firmly believes that the commitment by small and middle-sized countries to international law is our strongest ally in the fight for the protection of vital state and national interests”, Minister Selaković stressed.
Minister Selaković said that there were exceptional discussions, both with representatives of the countries that recognized the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo, as well as those that did not, confirming once again their support and commitment to the protection of the vital principle of inviolability of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of internationally recognized UN member states.
“This year has been very challenging for the UN. Multilateralism is in a kind of crisis and it is of vital importance to return multilateralism and back on the scene and strengthen the role of the UN.  Our struggle for the protection of our state and national interests in Kosovo and Metohija, precisely in the light of the struggle for respect for the application of international law, relevant UN decisions, such as Resolution 1244, will remain our focus and something that Serbia will fight for. This reaffirmation of the role of the UN is something that guarantees greater success in that fight”, Minister Selaković said.
The head of Serbian diplomacy pointed out that the meetings held on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session were an excellent opportunity to sign a series of agreements, protocols, and memoranda with representatives of different countries.
“We concluded a total of 12 agreements, memoranda and protocols, and today we will complete a very intensive diplomatic activity by signing the Agreement on the abolition of visas for official and diplomatic passports with Senegal”, Minister Selaković concluded.

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Cooperation between Serbia, Hungary at historical maximum - 9 September 2022

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic pointed out today during a meeting with President of Hungary Katalin Novak, who is on an official visit to Serbia, that the cooperation between the two countries is at a historical maximum and that Serbia is fully committed to its further deepening.
Novak added that it is very important that both sides remain committed to this, because today's exceptional relations between the two countries are the result of good cooperation and the efforts of their leaders in the previous decade.
The Prime Minister expressed great gratitude for Hungary's continuous support and assistance to European integration of Serbia, which is of great importance for us.
Novak pointed out that Serbia needs the European Union just as much as Serbia needs EU membership, which is Hungary's stance and which she communicated to all her partners in Europe.
Brnabic added that the presence of Hungarian Minister of Trade and Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto at the Open Balkans Summit in Belgrade at the beginning of the month is of exceptional importance not only for Serbia, but for the entire region.
President Novak praised the establishment of the Open Balkans initiative and expressed Hungary's determination to closely monitor its further development and results.
She believes that the attitude of the Republic of Serbia towards the Hungarian national minority in our country should be an example to all other countries in Europe, and expressed her gratitude to Brnabic for that.
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Selaković: Mutual support and sincere friendship between Serbia and Hungary - 2 September 2022

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, met today in Belgrade with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, Péter Szijjártó.
Minister Selaković expressed satisfaction with the frequent and regular contacts between the high and top level officials of the two countries, and stated that the relations between Serbia and Hungary are at the highest level in the modern history, and added that they are based on strategic partnership and sincere mutual support and friendship.
Minister Selaković added that Serbia is looking forward with great pleasure to the upcoming visit by the Hungarian President Katalin Novák, which will be another proof that our country ranks high on the list of Hungary's foreign policy priorities.
During the meeting, special emphasis was placed on the continuation of the improvement of economic ties between Serbia and Hungary, increased cooperation in the field of energy, as well as cooperation through joint infrastructure projects.
The two colleagues also referred to the importance of strengthening regional cooperation through initiatives such as the Open Balkans, noting that economic cooperation is a good way towards the overall progress in the region. Minister Selaković thanked his colleague for supporting this initiative and for participating in today's Open Balkans Summit.
The head of Serbian diplomacy once again expressed appreciation for Hungary’s sincere and strong support to Serbia at the highest political level in the process of European integration and in international organizations.
Selaković informed his colleague in detail about the situation in Kosovo and Metohija and the position of the Serbian people in the province, as well as about the efforts of the President Aleksandar Vučić towards ensuring peace and stability in the region.
The two ministers exchanged views on the situation in the world and the region, including the issue of illegal migration, highlighting the importance of interstate cooperation in dealing with that challenge. 


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