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Finland's President visits Serbia

31. March 2011. | 11:03

Source: Tanjug

Finland's President Tarja Halonen will arrive on a two-day visit to Belgrade on Thursday in order to confer with Serbia's top officials.

Finland's President Tarja Halonen will arrive on a two-day visit to Belgrade on Thursday in order to confer with Serbia's top officials.

The Serbian president's press service released that Tadic and Halonen are scheduled to meet on Thursday, and according to Halonen's website, she is also envisaged to meet Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and parliament speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic.

Halonen will also confer with the representatives of the non-governmental organizations, and visit Novi Sad.

Tadic and Halonen last time met in June 2007, during the Serbian president's visit to Helsinki.


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