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Selaković: Exceptionally successful visit to India

20 September 2021

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, completed his visit to India with the meeting with Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu.

Selaković says that Vice President Naidu is a great friend of Serbia and our nation, a man who influenced with President Vučić the renewal of the friendly cooperation of our two countries.

Selaković stated that Vice President Naidu recalled his visit to Serbia in 2018 vividly and that these recollections had a motivating effect on the renewal of our cooperation.

After the meeting, the Minister expressed his confidence that by the end of the year the session of the Joint Committee for Economic and Trade Cooperation would be realized and announced that the meeting at the top level was being prepared and it should be realized in the following year.

Selaković says that, earlier today, he met the State Minister for Foreign Affairs Meenakashi Lekhi, who will lead the Indian delegation and be the special representative of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the memorial event on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Non-Allied Movement in Belgrade on 11th and 12th October.

Furthermore, the Serbian Foreign Minister met today the leaders of “Mahindra” company which is already present at some countries in the region and which is interested in investing in Serbia.

Speaking about the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the First conference of Non-Allied Movement and the event which will be held on this occasion in Belgrade on 11th and 12th October, Minister emphasized that all members states of the movement, observers, international organizations had supported that, especially taking into account that there are very few meetings during the pandemic.

“The celebration event will be the opportunity to gather and send a unified and clear message about the world we want to see”, said Selaković highlighting that during these days Belgrade would be the capital of the world.

According to the Minister’s words, the slogan “Belgrade is the world” is true as such exactly owing to this movement which emerged here and owing to people who came to Belgrade for the purpose of work, politics but also thousands of them who came for education.

Selaković concludes that the ceremony of the Non-Allied Movement will be the opportunity to reaffirm the role of Belgrade – the capital which cherishes the Movement values, and even though we are dedicated to the EU as a strategic goal, Serbia is working on the revival of old friendships with people for whom the name of Belgrade and former Yugoslavia was so important.

Selaković spoke in the Indian International Relations Council

20 September 2021

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, has held today at New Delhi a lecture on Serbian and Indian relations and reminded on the long tradition of political and economic connections of our two countries.

Speaking at the event organized by the institute of Indian International Relations Council, Selaković mentioned reform processes in Serbia and its economic success in recent years.

On this occasion, Minister Selaković emphasized that there was the need and joint interest to build Serbian and Indian cooperation which would in future be based on cordial and friendly relations.

Selaković also introduced the participants to the tradition of the cooperation of Serbia and members of the Non-Allied Movement, as well as the situation with regards to Kosovo and Metohija.

UNESCO’s role extremely important for preservation of Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija

12 November 2021

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today that severe examples of endangering the Serbian cultural, historical and spiritual heritage in Kosovo and Metohija are proof of the important role of UNESCO in protecting and preserving heritage.

At the 41st session of the General Conference of UNESCO in Paris, Brnabic emphasized that four jewels of the Serbian medieval cultural heritage in Kosovo – Visoki Decani, Pec Patriarchate, Gracanica and Bogorodica Ljeviska, have been preserved thanks to the fact that they are inscribed on the endangered world heritage list. Hundreds of other sites and monuments are endangered.

The Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija is of immeasurable importance, not only for the national identity of Serbia, but also as a part of the esteemed European and world heritage, she underlined.

Source/Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs

Address of the President of the Republic of Serbia at the United Nations climate change conference COP26 held in Glasgow

2nd November 2021


"Your Excellences,

distinguished delegates,

dear Sarah,


At the very beginning, I feel obliged to thank Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Her Majesty’s Government for exceptional hospitality.

I feel privileged to represent the Republic of Serbia at this important place and at the highest-level world forum, in working on the most important topic of today – promoting climate awareness.

We all agree that we must make investment into climate and environment.

We all, likewise agree, that future generations must be educated in order not to repeat the mistakes we made, by hurting the only Planet that makes life possible.

I am very honoured that the Republic of Serbia is co-chairing this year’s Conference as a Non-EU representative of the Eastern Europe Group.

Selaković in UNSC: Dialogue and the implementation of the agreements reached are the only right way to resolve all open issues

15th October 2021


Distinguished President of the Security Council,

Esteemed members of the Security Council,

Distinguished Special Representative,

I would like to thank Secretary-General of the United Nations Mr. Guterres and Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMIK Mr. Tanin for the report submitted and for their efforts made towards the implementation of the UNMIK mandate. I would also like to thank the members of the Security Council for the continued attention they have devoted to the issue of Kosovo and Metohija. The Republic of Serbia highly values the activities of the Mission of the United Nations in Kosovo and Metohija and supports it in carrying out its work as efficiently as possible, pursuant to the UN Security Council Resolution 1244, and undiminished in scope, aiming to build and preserve lasting peace, stability and security in the Province.

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