In response to article entitled "Taiwan could help the world recover from the virus", published on the website of Danas daily newspaper citing the so-called Minister of Foreign Affairs of the "Republic of China (Taiwan)" as the author, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia takes this opportunity to underline that the aforementioned article is absolutely opposite to the state policy of Serbia which has lent a consistent and principled support to the "One-China" policy as well as to the territorial integrity of China.
Iranian website "Purson" published in Farsi, ran an interview with Ambassador Dragan Todorovic on bilateral relations between Serbia and Iran. Ambassador Todorovic emphasized that cultural diplomacy was one of the best ways to boost all other bilateral ties.
For the sake of preserving our churches and monasteries it is very important that Kosovo does not join international organizations like UNESCO
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic stated today that the meeting between the representatives of Belgrade and Pristina scheduled for 2 September in the White House will address economy although he could not exclude the possibility that some political issues be raised as well.
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic said in a statement for RTS public broadcasting service said that rumors on the EU possible change of border crossing rules were not realistic,
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic welcomed today the decision of Montenegro to open its border with Serbia. Speaking for TV Prva, Minister Dacic said that we should not let the borders between the two countries remain closed, taking into account their extraordinary relations through the centuries.
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic received a farewell call from Regina De Dominicis, the UNICEF Representative in Serbia, on which occasion he thanked her for the commitment and activities carried out to protect children's rights and improve their position in the Republic of Serbia.
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic talked on the phone today with Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Sierra Leone Nabeela Farida Tunis.
In a statement for TV Prva, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic said that the Government of the Republic of Serbia would deliberate today on imposing a 14-day quarantine and negative PCR test requirement for entry into Serbia as well as on the list of countries, and that the same topic would be discussed tomorrow at the meeting of the Crisis Task Force. Minister Dacic stressed that the decision had yet to be reached, adding that there were no indications as yet that Greece and Montenegro would open their borders for Serbian citizens. As Minister Dacic said the decision on the quarantine and PCR test requirement for entry of foreign citizens into the Republic of Serbia was above all motivated by the need to protect the country epidemiologically. "On the other hand, we also need to analyze the epidemiological situation in other countries individually, which is a practice in all other countries as well", Minister Dacic said for..
Argentinian "Vis-à-vis" portal on 3 August ran an author text by Ambassador Jela Bacovic on the Jewish community in Serbia. In the text, Ambassador Bacovic covered the period since the settlement of the Jews in the territory of Serbia in the 16th century until the present day, stressing that they have always occupied an important and distinguished place in our society, with trade and fine craftsmanship as their line of business.