BEIJING/BELGRADE - Huawei, a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, said in a release Friday that during his three-day visit to China, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic visited the company, where he was shown its production and a program of education for students across the globe.
BEIJING - A Serbian delegation led by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met Tuesday in Tianjin with the representatives of several major Chinese companies and discussed investment possibilities in Serbia.
The talks also touched on the construction of Budapest-Belgrade railway, which should be the subject of an agreement between prime ministers Vucic and Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
BELGRADE - The Chinese government stands by the position that it will not recognise Kosovo's independence, says Chinese Ambassador to Serbia Li Manchang.
I know that over 100 countries have recognised Kosovo's independence, but the Chinese government stands by its position and has no intention of changing it, Ambassador Li told the Vecernje Novosti daily.
BEIJING - President of the government of the Serbian Province of Vojvodina and leader of the Democratic Party (DS) Bojan Pajtic has met with Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao and discussed with him the most important global issues at the moment - from the Ukrainian conflict to the economic interdependence of China and Europe - which directly concern Serbia, too.