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President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia expressed a heartfelt wish for peace to return swiftly and thanked Mrs. Zelenska for her visit, highlighting the cultural and humanitarian discussions that took place, particularly focusing on the most vulnerable populations, including children affected by conflict.

In a related development, President Vučić met with Minister Dmytro Kuleba, marking the first visit by a Ukrainian official since the onset of the conflict in Ukraine. After their meeting, Vučić announced on Instagram that the Serbian ambassador would soon resume duties in Kyiv and expressed a desire to enhance bilateral relations further, including the potential organization of an economic forum between the two countries.

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Minister Kuleba’s visit also included discussions with Prime Minister Miloš Vučević, Speaker of the Parliament Ana Brnabić, and Serbian Foreign Minister Marko Đurić. Kuleba emphasized that his visit symbolizes the potential for fortified relations between Serbia and Ukraine.

He stated on the social network Iks, “Serbia and Ukraine have many differences, but also much in common, making it possible for us to jointly build the future in many areas.” Both nations reaffirmed their commitment to respecting each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, laying the groundwork for future cooperation and mutual development.

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