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Serbia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkic, as member of the Serbian delegation on a visit to Beijing, said that the agreement signed with the People's Republic of China is concretisation of the general political atmosphere that exists between the two countries.
After meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of China Wang Yi, Mrkic said in a statement to Tanjug news agency that this was a very successful visit during which concrete agreements were reached, in terms of economic development and support for our territorial integrity.
What we advocate when it comes to Kosovo is supported by China, said the Foreign Minister.
Mrkic and his Chinese counterpart discussed a number of topics that were not on the agenda of the two countries' presidents, Tomislav Nikolic and Xi Jinping.
We agreed to meet us at the UN General Assembly session, and President of China Xi Jinping and Foreign Minister Wang Yi accepted the invitation to come to Belgrade, said Mrkic.
Mrkic said that this is a very successful visit to China, noting that after the election of the new Chinese leadership, this was the first visit by a head of state from eastern and central Europe.
The Foreign Minister pointed out that the People's Republic of China is not only the world's second economic power, but also the country with the largest foreign exchange reserves and the largest export and also a country with greatest investments in the world.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and President of China Xi Jinping signed a joint statement in Beijing on deepening strategic ties between the two countries.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkic and Minister of Construction and Urban Planning Velimir Ilic and the relevant Chinese ministers signed five agreements.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said that Serbia has the complete support of China to become its strategic partner, adding that Serbia is the best link of China with the EU.
President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping said today that China is ready to deepen strategic partnership with Serbia.
We will give support to the government of Serbia in the amount of $5 million in grants. We are ready to encourage Chinese enterprises to invest in Serbia, particularly in infrastructure, agriculture, information industry and energy, said the President of China.
The Serbian delegation also comprises Minister of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning Milan Bacevic. Government
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