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The formal presenting of the donation was attended by the President of the Supreme Court of Cassation, Dragomir Milojevic, H.E. Turkish Ambassador Mehmet Kemal Bozay and the coordinator of TIKA Serbia, Mehmet Bayrak.

Expressing his thanks for this donation, Milojevic explained that TIKA has cooperated with Serbian institutions since 2009 and that to date this has primarily been implemented in the areas of agriculture, health and education.

Ambassador Bozay thanked the president of the court for enabling the possibility of the two countries also cooperating in the field of justice, because, as he said, “there are very intense links between the two countries, but the possibilities of focusing more on the area of justice are of great importance”.

 

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