To improve comprehensive cooperation of Serbia and Armenia

22. Sep 2021.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, has discussed in New York with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, Ararat Mirzoyan.

Selaković confirmed traditionally good and friendly relations of Serbia and Armenia and expressed the readiness to intensify the political dialog and improvement of comprehensive relations of the two countries.

The Minister thanked Armenia for the principled position regarding K&M and their non-recognition of unilaterally declared independence of so-called Kosovo. Furthermore, he introduced his interlocutor to the current situation in K&M and continued failure to implement the Brussels Agreement and the application of unilateral measures.

The importance of the exchange of visits at the top and high level were also discussed and the Serbian Foreign Minister announced that the ambassador in Yerevan would soon be appointed and presented the expectation that Armenia would soon open the Embassy in Belgrade.

Moreover, Minister Selaković indicated that the exchange of goods was far below the potential of the economy of the two countries and stated that Serbia was interested in the identification of the areas of mutual interest so that our economic cooperation would be at a satisfactory level.

Selaković introduced the Armenian Minister to the success of economic reforms of Serbia in the previous seven years.