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Medical equipment from Azerbaijan arrived in Serbia, at the Nikola Tesla Airport.

Ambassador of Azerbaijan H.E. Eldar Hasanov pointed out that Serbia and Azerbaijan are strategic partners and friendly countries, as well as that the relations between the two countries will continue to develop and deepen in terms of investment and every other sense.

“People of Azerbaijan and Serbia have nurtured friendly relations for more than 300 years, and today they are strategic partners, he underlined and added that friends know each other even in difficult times,” said Ambassador.

The Ambassador reminded that President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev issued an order on 19 May 2014 to send aid to Serbia, because during his stay in Vietnam, he saw through the world media what was happening in Serbia, adding that it was the first aid at the time that Serbia received.

As he pointed out, Azerbaijan also sent humanitarian aid to the Belgrade municipalities of Savski Venac, Rakovica and Čukarica, while today aid was also delivered to refugees in Vojvodina.

According to him, the Azerbaijani company “Azvirt” will provide assistance to poor families in Belgrade on Friday.

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić expressed gratitude to President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, who responded to call for help from Serbia, as well as to Ambassador Eldar Hasanov, with whom she welcomed the plane at the Belgrade airport.

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