Aleksandar Vucic said that visit of Russian President to Serbia is very import for the two countries
The visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Serbia in January is a standout amongst the most critical occasions for further advancement of the two-sided relations, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday.
On Sunday, Vucic met the leader of Russia's remote collaboration office Rossotrudnichestvo Eleonora Mitrofanova, who on Saturday visited the function of consenting to an arrangement between the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Russian organization Gazprom Neft on further Russian cooperation in the adornment work in the Church of Saint Sava in Belgrade.
"President Vucic has by and by pointed out that the visit of Vladimir Putin this January was a standout amongst the most critical occasions for the Serbian-Russian relations with extensive political and financial results," the organization of Vucic said.
Vucic additionally expressed gratitude toward Russia for its continuous monetary help for the beautification work in the Church of Saint Sava.
The Serbian head likewise commended Russian help for the Serbian position on the Kosovo issue in UNESCO and other universal associations.
Putin visited Serbia on January 17 with Moscow and Belgrade having marked various reciprocal understandings amid the visit