Russian President Vladimir Putin invited Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Russia during a telephone conversation, the Kremlin's press service reported, quoted by RIA Novosti.
"Putin invited Erdogan to a working visit to Russia in the coming days. The invitation was accepted," the statement said.
She underlined Vucic's words from the opening of the Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union that Serbia is an independent and sovereign country, emphasizing that not everyone has such a privilege as Serbia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticized Greta Thunberg for being "poorly informed" and not understanding the totality of climate problems. During an energy forum in Moscow, the Russian president hinted that the 16-year-old climate change activist had been manipulated to make unrealistic demands during her passionate speech to the UN last month, BGNES reported.
The presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran gathered in Ankara yesterday to discuss the future of Syria. The Erdogan-Putin-Rouhani meeting is being held for the fifth time and aims to discuss peacekeeping measures in the Middle East. The leaders also held bilateral meetings to discuss their future economic cooperation.
According to Politika daily, this would be the second significant event without Serbia's presence, despite its historical role and the status of a victorious country.