Liberian Foreign Minister Gbehzohngar Milton Findley handed a diplomatic note to this effect to Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, during their meeting in Belgrade on Wednesday.
The note states that Liberia "recognized the independence of Kosovo based on its realization that Belgrade was not prepared to negotiate a solution with its Southern Province Kosovo."
The document was signed by Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic and Secretary-General of the Association of Caribbean States June Soomer.
Dacic said afterwards it was "an important step and the basis for improving cooperation with the countries from this region."
Chepurin said this on Wednesday, adding that Moscow will support this solution if Serbia thinks it is best.
The diplomat spoke for Belgrade media, commenting on Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic's statement that "Albanians would accept a partition of Kosovo - if we sat down and spoke without their mentors."
The agreement is described as "a very important step in further linking the two countries and their citizens."
The document was inked in Belgrade by Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic and Canadia's Specual Envoy to the European Union and Europe and former Foreign Minister Stephane Dion.
This was stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Ivica Dacic, at the end of his tour of the three countries.
"These visits are of great importance as they happened many years after the previous high-level meetings. When it comes to Sri Lanka after 21 years, when it comes to India, after 10 years, and with Nepal after seven years," Dacic said.