DPM and MFA Dačić led the Serbian delegation at the 18th Francophonie Summit in Djerba
The Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus Ioannis Kasoulides, with whom he discussed the dynamics of political dialogue between the two countries, European integrations and cooperation in areas of common interest, especially in the fields of economy and energy. The interlocutors paid special attention to the situation in the region, with emphasis on current events in the southern Serbian province. Dačić expressed his gratitude for the support for preserving the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia and pointed out that it was especially important at times when the so-called Kosovo was trying to become a member of the Council of Europe, and also planned to apply for EU membership.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Dačić met with his Belgian counterpart Hadja Lahbib with whom he discussed the continuation of a constructive political dialogue, which was more intense in the previous period, in anticipation of visits from the Belgian side. The interlocutors particularly emphasised that they advocated for the further development of economic cooperation, bearing in mind the actual Belgian economic presence in Serbia, as well as the attraction of further investments and the increase of trade between the two countries. The interlocutors also pointed out that there was room for improving cooperation within La Francophonie in terms of Serbia's aspirations to become a full member of this organisation.
The Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs also had short meetings with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Andorra Maria Ubah Font and delegated minister from the Cabinet of the Prime Minister of Cambodia, Ouch Borith.