Greece is not changing its position to not recognize so-called Kosovo
Orlic and Levadi agreed that a significant contribution to the cooperation between the two parliaments will be made by further connecting parliamentary friendship groups, and especially by regular exchanges of visits at all levels
Bilateral relations between Serbia and Greece are based on sincere friendship and mutual support, it was announced today at the meeting of President of the Serbian Assembly Vladimir Orlic and Ambassador of Greece Maria Levadi, who confirmed that Greece's position regarding the respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia will not change, and that it will continue to support the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina.
Orlic said that, despite Pristina's irrational behavior, Belgrade remains firmly committed to the policy of peace, stability and dialogue, the National Assembly announced.
"We greatly appreciate Greece's position to remain consistent in not recognizing so-called 'Kosovo'. The safety of the Serb people in Kosovo and Metohija and the formation of the ZSO (Community of Serb Municipalities) - these are issues of the greatest importance, for which we expect support from everyone," said Orlic.
The interlocutors noted an intense political dialogue, the improvement of which has been contributed to by the exchange of visits by officials of the two countries, especially the visit of President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic to Athens and his talks with Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Orlic and Levadi agreed that a significant contribution to the cooperation between the two parliaments will be made by further connecting parliamentary friendship groups, and especially by regular exchanges of visits at all levels.
The interlocutors expressed their willingness to transform good political relations between the two countries into stronger economic cooperation, primarily in the areas of trade and energy.
The ambassador conveyed the satisfaction of Greek investors doing business in Serbia and stressed their interest in making further investments in our country.
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