Summarizing the results of the first day of his visit to South Africa, during which he handed out vaccines against the corona virus, as a donation from Serbia, Selakovic said that Zimbabwe’s support for Serbia’s key national and state interests has lasted for 30 years. “Zimbabwe has a very clear attitude towards the key national and state interests of Serbia and our Serbian people in the past 30 years, and it has not changed its position on that issue,” the Serbian minister said, adding that officials there plan to reopen the embassy in Belgrade.

He noted that on Thursday in Nairobi, he talked with the Secretary of State of the Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ababu Namwamba, about the improvement of cooperation.

According to him, Belgrade is becoming the center of the region again, and that “old traditional friends recognize that and want to return to Belgrade again and open their embassies in Belgrade.”

The head of Serbian diplomacy added that the deepening of cooperation in the fields of agriculture, the pharmaceutical industry and the defense system was also discussed at meetings with officials there in Zambia today.

Selakovic is visiting Zimbabwe, Zambia, Angola and Namibia from August 19 to 21.

By Editor

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