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21 Jul 2015

OSCE Chairman-in-Office welcomes Belarus’ contribution to peace process

OSCE Chairman-in-Office welcomes Belarus’ contribution to peace process

MINSK, 21 July (BelTA) - Belarus has made a huge contribution to the peace process, OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Serbia’s First Vice Premier, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic said during a meeting with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, BelTA has learned.

"Here in Minsk, numerous agreements and arrangements are made. Minsk hosts the tripartite contact group and its working groups. Thus, Belarus has made a huge contribution to the peace process,” said Ivica Dacic.

In his words, Serbia currently presiding in the OSCE, is doing its level best to promote the political process, especially in the issues pertaining to Ukraine. Serbia also attaches equal attention to other frozen conflicts in Europe.

Speaking about the Belarusian-Serbian relations, Ivica Dacic stressed that they are friendly. “We are committed to developing the comprehensive relations between the two countries including in the political, economic, scientific, cultural, educational and defense sectors,” he said.

Ivica Dacic also conveyed greetings from Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Premier Aleksandar Vucic to the Belarusian leader. 

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