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Serbia can buy electricity from Azerbaijan on favorable terms based on the approved interstate agreement on energy, said the country’s president, Ilham Aliyev, during a conversation with the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

In the conversation, concrete proposals for continued cooperation were discussed, as well as numerous current issues of importance for both countries, announced the Service for Cooperation with the Media of the President of Serbia.

President Vučić invited Aliyev to visit our country as soon as possible, so that with joint efforts, and in the year in which we celebrate an important anniversary in Serbian-Azerbaijani relations, we can give momentum to cooperation, especially in areas such as energy and agriculture.

He also thanked Azerbaijan for respecting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia and pointed out that our country is firmly determined to respect international law and the inviolability of the borders of all members of the United Nations.

Vučić and Aliyev agreed that in a quarter of a century, Serbia and Azerbaijan have built good cooperation, which has been upgraded to the level of a strategic partnership.

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