After talks with Slovenian President Borut Pahor, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that relations between the two countries were at a very high level and full of trust and respect.
Vucic said that he w talked with Pahor about the situation in the region, bilateral relations, Serbia’s European perspective and all topics of interest to the two countries.
“This meeting is also a confirmation of a meaningful political dialogue, we think we have very good relations with Slovenia, and one of the examples is the fact that 10 years ago the trade exchange amounted to 572 million euros, and now it amounts to one billion and 200 million,” Vucic said.
He said he expects the date of the joint sixth session of the two governments to be set soon.
He added that the main topics discussed, along with European integration, were regional stability, problems in the region, the situation in Kosovo, dialogue in Brussels and the preservation of peace and stability.
Vucic noted that Slovenia is seventh in the number of soldiers in KFOR and that he believes that good communication with KFOR is of vital interest for the inhabitants of Kosovo.
Pahor is set to visit Pristina after this meeting.