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21.05.2017

Belarus-Serbia friendship policy: results of Tomislav Nikolic’s visit to Minsk
Belarus-Serbia friendship policy: results of Tomislav Nikolic’s visit to Minsk Belarus may strengthen the air defense of Serbia. At the beginning of the year it was announced BY Serbia’s Defense Minister that an air defense missile system “Buk” and eight fighter aircrafts MiG-29 will be handed over to this country. However, the machinery will have to be modernized and mended. It is quite possible that Belarusian specialist will help.

18.05.2017

Alexander Lukashenko holds meeting with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic
Alexander Lukashenko holds meeting with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic Alexander Lukashenko awarded Tomislav Nikolic with the Order of Friendship of Peoples for a significant contribution into peacebuilding, friendly relations and cooperation between Belarus and Serbia. The ceremony was held in the Palace of Independence.

04.04.2017

03.04.2017

Aleksandar Vučić leading in 2017 Serbia presidential elections
Aleksandar Vučić leading in 2017 Serbia presidential elections Serbia is summing up the preliminary results of the presidential election. The current Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić is the leader of the first round. He scored more than 57% of the vote, while his closest rival collected only about 15%. The voting took place on April 2, with 11 candidates running. In his speech, Vučić said he was willing to continue the ongoing reforms in the country and maintain a policy of rapprochement with the European Union.

10.02.2017

Days of Minsk will be held in Belgrade
Days of Minsk will be held in Belgrade Days of Minsk will be held in Belgrade. Their preparation is already underway. This will be another step towards the friendly Belarusian-Serbian cooperation. Belarusians will bring to the Serbian capital not only a large-scale cultural program, but also business proposals as a number of business meetings are scheduled. The main goal is further increase in trade turnover between the two countries.

29.01.2017

Aleksandar Vučić: Trade with Belarus needs increase
Aleksandar Vučić: Trade with Belarus needs increase Belarus and Serbia are going to build and maintain bilateral relations. On January 27, this was discussed during a meeting of the Belarusian head of state and Prime Minister of Serbia. Back in 2009 the two countries signed a free trade agreement. Over the 7 years the turnover has grown almost 5 times. In 2015, it amounted to more than 250 million dollars. However, in 2016 the volume of trade fell, and this situation must be rectified.

28.01.2017

Alexander Lukashenko: Belarus should build and maintain relationships with Serbia
Alexander Lukashenko: Belarus should build and maintain relationships with Serbia Close economic and trade contacts of the two countries were established in 2009. Then Belarus and Serbia signed a free trade agreement. For the last years the trade turnover grew almost five times. In 2015, it was more than $250 million. And the volume of mutual trade declined in 2016. The situation must be corrected, said Alexander Lukashenko. “We need to unite and work together to survive and develop in such difficult conditions," was his message.

27.01.2017

Official visit of Serbian Prime Minister to Minsk continues
Official visit of Serbian Prime Minister to Minsk continues Belarus is ready to increase the supply of equipment to Serbia, the Belarusian Prime Minister pointed out after meeting with Alexander Vucic. The Belarusian government and the parliament discussed trade and economic relations between Minsk and Belgrade. The parties signed a roadmap of bilateral cooperation for two years, which includes about 50 events. They will help to enhance cooperation in agriculture, science and technology.Aleksandar Vucic, chairman of the Government of the Republic of Serbia:
Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic
Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic arrives in Belarus on official visit The level of Belarus' bilateral trade with Serbia should increase to $500 million. According to the current trade dynamism, this figure is quite real. Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic arrived in Belarus on an official visit on the 25th of January. The parties signed a roadmap for cooperation in 2017-2018. This document includes more than 50 events. Moreover, the sides also signed a number of agreements on the 26th of January.