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Serbia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkic signed today with Minister of Culture of Myanmar Aye Myint Kyu an interstate agreement on cooperation in fields of culture and education, which marked the beginning of his visit to countries of southeast Asia.
Mrkic is scheduled to meet with top officials of Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, which he will visit at the invitation of the countries’ foreign ministers.
The visits are aimed at reinforcing political dialogue at high level about the most important international and regional issues, asking for further support for the positions and policy of out country and examining concrete opportunities for the improvement of economic and other forms of cooperation.
During the visit of the Serbian state delegation to this region, the signing of several bilateral agreements on cooperation with the host countries is planned.
These documents will additionally confirm traditionally good relations of Serbia with these countries and strengthen framework for improvement of cooperation.
Despite the global economic crisis, the region of southeast Asia is developing rapidly and has been recording a stable economic growth of about 6% annually in recent years.
Possibilities for cooperation with countries in this part of world and greater presence of Serbian companies on their market are realistic and of considerable potential. Source; Government
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