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PARIS - French Minister of European and Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian told Serbian FM Ivica Dacic at Tuesday's meeting in Paris the EU-facilitated dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina was crucial for ensuring lasting stabilisation in the entire region, the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs said in a statement.
BELGRADE - Serbia and Russia are in broad agreement on most international issues, FMs Ivica Dacic and Sergey Lavrov said at a meeting in Belgrade on Thursday.
When asked to comment on Kosovo President Hasim Taci's statement that a recognition of Kosovo by Russia would be "helpful", they said such a view did not change anything.
BELGRADE - International relations today call for a resolute foreign policy in defence of Serbian state interests, which is closely tied to the relations with Russia, FM Ivica Dacic said at the Rectorate of the University of Belgrade Thursday.
"Serbia cannot defend its national and state interests without Russia's help," he said, addressing professors and students.
SOFIA - There is no alternative to the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, and all sides involved in the talks must analyse Serbia's arguments carefully, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said Friday.
"Bulgaria gives high marks for the dialogue. A peaceful solution must be sought for every problem," Radev said after meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in Sofia.