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Tadic congratulates Putin

06. March 2012. | 07:44

Source: Tanjug

Serbian President Boris Tadic has congratulated Vladimir Putin on being reelected President of the Russian Federation.

Serbian President Boris Tadic has congratulated Vladimir Putin on being reelected President of the Russian Federation.

I congratulate you on the victory, and I want to point out that our two countries should foster economic and trade relations in the best possible way in the future. Serbia and Russia are bound by centuriesold friendly relations. Our ties are historical and spiritual, and we build the future relations on the basis of mutual interests and benefits for our people, Tadic said.

The Serbian president pointed out that he has always had good cooperation with President Putin, his press service released in a statement.

Tadic said that Serbia and Russia will sign an agreement on the strategic partnership, which will be another contribution to the two countries' cooperation. Serbia's strategic orientation is to become an EU member, but, on the other hand, Serbia wants to preserve and advance economic relations with Russia in all fields, he noted. In his greeting, Tadic thanked Russia for supporting Serbia in its fight for national interests in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.

The Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation published early Monday the preliminary results of the presidential elections, based on 99 percent of counted votes, according to which Putin scored a convincing win, since he received 63.85 percent of the vote.


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