Serbian Parliament Speaker visits Libya
25. October 2010. | 07:39
Serbian Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic met in Tripoli on Oct. 24 with Abdel Kadar, general coordinator of the Revolutionary Committee's Liaison Office, who voiced satisfaction with the Serbian speaker's visit to Libya, as an important step in building relations between the two countries.
"Both sides said that Serbia and Libya have excellent relations, but that these relations should be improved through specific projects, mainly in areas where headway has already been made -- education, healthcare, defense, but also construction, the pharmaceutical industry and culture," a press release from the Serbian speaker's office said.
Describing Serbia as an important friend, Kadar stressed that effective cooperation needed to start as soon as possible, by implementing projects in all areas of life.
Djukic-Dejanovic stressed that Libya was making fast economic and political progress, but that its friendship with Serbia was also improving fast. She went on to voice her gratitude for the North African country's principled stance not to recognize Kosovo's unilaterally declared independence and abide by the U.N. Charter.
According to a press release, Kadar emphasized that dialog was the correct path to truth and justice.