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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic thanked Ambassador of Norway to Serbia Jorn Glejstad for Norway’s donation of five million euros in the fight against coronavirus.

“Thank you for the big help. Thank you for showing not only sympathy but also real friendship during difficult times,” Vucic said.

“Norway is also fighting against the coronavirus, but still found sufficient will and strength to help Serbia, which is certainly in a difficult position today,” Vucic said.

Ambassador Jorn Glejstad emphasized that Norway is a true friend of Serbia and wants to help the Serbian people, even though it is facing the biggest challenge so far. He said that the global coronavirus pandemic not only affects our daily lives but is a threat to human lives.

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