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31 Oct 2018

Serbian prime minister invites Belarus president to visit Belgrade

Serbian prime minister invites Belarus president to visit Belgrade

MINSK, 31 October (BelTA) – Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic delivered the invitation to visit Belgrade from the Serbian head of state to his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on 31 October, BelTA has learned.

The Serbian head of government said: “You would do us a great honor if you visited our country.” She stressed that the Serbian president treats Alexander Lukashenko with great respect.

Ana Brnabic said she admired how sincerely, openly, and directly Alexander Lukashenko had talked in his speech during the meeting of the Core Group of the Munich Security Conference.

Ana Brnabic also thanked the Belarusian leader for the warm attitude towards the Serbian nation. She stressed that Alexander Lukashenko was the only world leader, who came to Serbia to support its people during bombing.

According to the Serbian prime minister, it is extremely important for her that she had been warmly and sincerely welcomed in Minsk.

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