Lavrov will arrive in Serbia on Sunday to meet Vučić
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić will meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Belgrade on Sunday.
Lavrov will arrive in Belgrade for the summit of the Non-Aligned Movement on October 11-12.
The two officials are expected to discuss the development of bilateral relations between the two countries, the situation in the region and the turbulent situation in Kosovo and Metohija, following the tensions caused by the special forces of the government of Albin Kurti ( ROSU) stationed at the crossings administrative headquarters in the north of the province.
Vučić will also meet the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and the co-chair of the Russian side of the Intergovernmental Committee for Cooperation between Serbia and Russia, Yurij Borisov, who today began his two-day working visit in Serbia.
In light of rising gas prices in Europe, Vučić will meet with his guest about the new gas deal with Gazprom, which expires at the end of the year. The head of state announced earlier that he would fight for the best possible price for Serbia, which currently pays Russian gas at a price almost five times lower than currently on the European market.
Speaking about the conference of the Non-Aligned Movement in Belgrade, Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selaković said that more than 100 foreign delegations, including some 40 foreign ministers, had requested to attend the conference marking the 60th anniversary of the Non-Aligned Movement. next week in Belgrade.
“The conference is one of the biggest multilateral gatherings in Europe this year,” Selaković told TV Pink, stressing its importance to the country’s reputation.
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