Speaking to reporters after meeting with Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev in Baku on Monday - whom he invited to visit Belgrade - Aleksandar Vucic thanked Aliyev for supporting the territorial integrity of Serbia, and added that Serbia also supports Azerbaijan in this regard.
"Mutual support exists and these positions will not change in the future," Vucic said.
The conference is held in Baku, Azerbaijan, and starts on Thursday, Beta agency reported.
During his address, the Serbian foreign minister will present Serbia's stands regarding the activities and role of the Movement and priority issues for Serbia, focussing on the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, the Serbian Foreign Ministry has stated.
Thursday is the last day you can catch the first Athens solo show of Azeri photographer Aydin Sadikhov at the Blank Wall Gallery, which is aimed at acquainting viewers with Baku's architectural heritage, where the traditional and historic - including several buildings on the UNESCO World Heritage List - harmoniously coexist with the modern.
The foreign ministers of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Iran signed an agreement on projects to create a transportation and transit corridor between the Indian Ocean and Europe in Baku on March 15.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım on March 14 said the foreign ministers of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Iran will meet in Baku to evaluate regional developments and discuss “regional cooperation.”
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on March 6 expressed his condolences to Azeri President İlham Aliyev over a fire that erupted in a drug rehabilitation center in the capital Baku that claimed at least 30 lives last week, according to presidential sources.