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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with Ambassador of Israel to Serbia Alona Fisher Kamm and on that occasion pointed out that relations between the two countries are constantly progressing through political dialogue and economic cooperation.

Brnabic expressed gratitude to the Ambassador for her contribution to the development of friendship between the two nations and the strengthening of relations between the two countries.

She pointed out that the support of friendly countries is extremely important in difficult times, as history has shown, and that unity and interstate cooperation are extremely important in the situation of the global pandemic that we are currently facing.

Speaking about economic cooperation, Fisher Kamm assessed that more and more companies in Israel understand the potential of this region, primarily Serbia, with which Israel is connected by a common history and friendship between the two peoples.

The Ambassador explained that Israeli investors, despite the situation, plan to stay and expand their business in Serbia, and she sees a special opportunity to improve cooperation in the field of IT sector, innovation, environment and tourism.

The Prime Minister expressed gratitude to Fisher Kamm for Israel’s principled position on non-recognition of the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and support for a peaceful solution to this extremely important issue.

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