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Ana Brnabic meets with Amal al Kubaisi and Wolfgang Sobotka

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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke with Speaker of the Austrian National Parliament Wolfgang Sobotka and United Arab Emirates (UAE) President Amal al Kubaisi, who are attending the 141st session of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) hosted by Belgrade.

Ana Brnabic meets with Wolfgang Sobotka

Brnabic and Sobotka assessed that the bilateral relations between the two countries are at a very high level, recalling that Austria is one of the most important economic partners of Serbia and one of the largest investors in our economy.

The Prime Minister thanked Sobotka for supporting and assisting Austria in Serbia’s European integration process.

Ana Brnabic meets with Amal al KubaisiDuring the talks with Al Kubaisi, Brnabic recalled that relations between Serbia and the United Arab Emirates are the most developed in the economic field, thanks primarily to the friendship of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Sheikh Muhammad bin Al-Nahyan.

The interlocutors also expressed satisfaction with the fact that cooperation in the field of defence has a constant upward trend.

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