President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, has accepted the credentials of newly appointed ambassadors from the Kingdom of Norway, the Republic of Finland, and the Kingdom of Cambodia.
In separate meetings, Vučić expressed his wishes for a successful tenure in Belgrade to the ambassadors from Finland, Norway, and Cambodia, reassuring them of the city’s renowned hospitality.
“I had the pleasure of receiving the credentials from the newly appointed ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Kristin Melos, as well as the ambassadors of the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Cambodia, Niklas Lindqvist and Bunpe Tan,” Vučić shared on Instagram.
He further informed the ambassadors about the geopolitical and economic challenges in the region, and Serbia’s numerous initiatives for enhanced connectivity and cooperation within the Western Balkans.
Vučić highlighted Serbia’s amicable relations with all three nations, discussing a wide array of topics. These ranged from reinforcing comprehensive partnership projects of mutual interest, exploring Serbia’s investment potentials, to collaborations in external and security policies, energy, infrastructure, science, technology, education, and culture. He also extended special greetings and deep respect to King Harald V through Ambassador Melos and expressed his wish to reciprocate the hospitality in Serbia.
Additionally, he thanked Finland’s ambassador for the country’s support towards Serbia’s European journey.
He conveyed particular gratitude to Cambodia’s ambassador, emphasising Cambodia’s steadfast stance on respecting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia. Vučić is optimistic that the traditional friendship between Serbia and Cambodia will further strengthen with mutual high-level visits in the upcoming period.
Photo: Predsedništvo Srbije, Dimitrije Goll