On Thursday, first Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic thanked Slovakia for its continued support for Serbia’s European integration, as well as for its initial support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia and a viable agreement on the issue of Kosovo and Metohija.
During the talks between Dacic and Slovakia’s new ambassador to Serbia Fedor Rosocha the Serbian Foreign Minister expressed confidence that co-operation with Miroslav Lajcak, the EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue and Other Regional Issues, would be a success, as was the case when he served as Slovakia’s foreign minister.
According to the Foreign Ministry, Dacic and the Ambassador of Slovakia expressed their belief that bilateral relations between the two countries are traditionally good and friendly.
The meeting stressed the need to deepen bilateral relations and further strengthen all areas of common interest.
The interlocutors expressed their satisfaction with the fact that the two countries were achieving an intensive and continuous political dialogue at all levels, and with their readiness to continue it in the future.
Ambassador Rosocha expressed Slovakia’s willingness to continue intensive communication and co-operation with Serbia in all areas.
He reiterated that Slovakia remained committed to its original position of not unilaterally recognizing Kosovo’s independence and that his country would continue to provide full support to Serbia’s European integration. /ibna