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A grand reception was held at the Russian Embassy in Belgrade to celebrate Russia’s national holiday, Russia Day.

The event was attended by numerous dignitaries, including Serbian Prime Minister Miloš Vučević, Speaker of the National Assembly Ana Brnabić, and several ministers.

Russian Ambassador Aleksandr Botsan-Kharchenko highlighted Serbia’s commitment to its national interests, explaining its decision not to impose sanctions on Russia. He also emphasised Russia’s readiness to support Serbia in safeguarding its national interests.

The celebration underscored the strong ties between the two nations amidst international complexities.

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