The renovated building of the Turkish Embassy in Belgrade’s Krunska Street was officially opened with a ceremony attended by Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Ahmet Yildiz, Turkey’s newly appointed ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Tanju Bilgiç, Deputy Speaking of the Serbian National Assembly, Zoran Marinković, and numerous other guests from the cultural and public life of Serbia, as well as representatives of the diplomatic corps.
“I am proud that Turkey is represented in this way, and this also demonstrated the importance that Turkey attaches to Serbia,” said Yildiz.
“Serbia is a very important country for the stability of the Balkans and the stability of the region is linked to relations between Serbia and Turkey,” noted Ambassador Bilgiç.
The renovation of the building of the Turkish Embassy in Belgrade began in 2014 and it now covers an area of 4,200m2.