Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic was in Ljubljana, Slovenia on Wednesday for an official visit.
Dacic traveled to Ljubljana at the invitation of Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec, and met with his counterpart, as well as with Slovenian President Borut Pahor, Speaker of the Slovenian Parliament Milan Brglez, and Prime Minister Miro Cerar.
Common visions and seeking common solutions against the backdrop of growing uncertainty in the global arena were two main points highlighted by speakers at the opening, with PM Miro Cerar stressing that unless "we efficiently solve the problems of security and migration, we will not be able to focus our efforts on development issues like economy...and on our future as such".
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Thursday begins a two-day official visit to Slovenia, where he will meet with the country's top officials.
President Nikolic will on Thursday meet with Slovenian President Borut Pahor, Parliament Speaker Milan Brglez and Prime Minister Miro Cerar in Ljubljana, and then also with the mayor of the Slovenian capital, Zoran Jankovic.
President Tomislav Nikolic conferred with his Slovenian counterpart Borut Pahor on Wednesday about bilateral relations and improvement of economic cooperation.
According to Nikolic's office, the meeting in Belgrade also focused on "Slovenia's willingness to provide assistance to Serbia on its EU path."
Dacic and Thaci "chat, shake hands"
BRDO -- Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic today "spoke briefly and shook hands" with Kosovo Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci, ahead of a conference in Slovenia.
The encounter occurred regardless of the controversy between Belgrade and Pristina caused by Thaci's intention to attend an NGO's conference in Belgrade.