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China ready to intensify economic cooperation with Serbia

04. October 2011. | 09:26

Source: Emg.rs

Deputy Prime Minister Jovan Krkobabic received yesterday newly appointed Ambassador of the People's Republic of China Zhang Wanxue in Serbia.

Deputy Prime Minister Jovan Krkobabic received yesterday newly appointed Ambassador of the People's Republic of China Zhang Wanxue in Serbia.

The meeting pointed to the excellent cooperation and the growth in both political and economic relations between the two countries.

Krkobabic and Wanxue assessed that there is a large space and opportunity for their intensification, as well as to promote cooperation in all other areas.

The Serbian Deputy Prime Minister invited the People's Republic of China to continue to invest in our country.

He also pointed out the possible forms of economic links between Serbia and China.

Wanxue expressed the readiness of his country to continue and intensify economic and any other cooperation with Serbia, says a statement from the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office.


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