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Chinese President Xi Jinping has termed Serbia a “steel friend” following his meeting with President Aleksandar Vučić. He noted that the bilateral relations between the two nations have remained resilient amidst shifts in the international landscape in recent years, serving as an exemplar of amicable ties.

“Cooperation in sectors such as infrastructure and production capabilities has borne fruitful outcomes, with the depth, breadth, quality, and efficiency of practical collaboration continually advancing,” Xi remarked. He further added:

“Facing profound global changes unseen in a century, both parties should view their bilateral ties from a strategic, long-term vantage, staunchly supporting each other’s core interests and primary concerns, as well as their mutual paths of development.”

According to CCTV, the Chinese leader underscored China’s unwavering support for Serbia in upholding its national sovereignty and territorial integrity. He expressed eagerness to continue bolstering the strategic synergy with Serbia, aiming to translate their age-old friendship into more tangible cooperation outcomes.

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Xi urged both nations to consistently enhance collaboration in pivotal sectors, including infrastructure, and to actively explore novel areas of partnership, encompassing the digital economy and technological innovations.

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