In a meeting with the delegation of Chinese Customs Authorities, Aleksandar Vucic, Serbia’s President, said on Tuesday the market in China had “an unlimited potential” and that his country was interested in exporting agricultural products to that East-Asian state, the Beta news agency reported.
A statement from Vucic’s office said the President stressed the importance of the overall strategic partnership between Belgrade and Beijing and thanked China for respecting Serbia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.
“President Vucic and the members of Chinese Customs Authorities discussed the continuation of cooperation and adjusting procedures for corn and fruit export,” the statement said.
On Monday, Serbia and China signed an agreement on meat and dairy products' export from Serbia.
Vucic on Tuesday also met with Serbia’s Oil Industry (NIS) CEO Kiril Tjurdenev to discuss the significance the company had for Serbia, adding the firm contributed to the state budget with 1.3 billion Euros through taxes last year.
Tjurdenev informed Vucic about NIS' future plans, his office statement added.