Source Pravda.Ru

Foreign Minister of Serbia and Montenegro Travels to Moscow to Reestablish Bilateral Relations

Foreign Minister of Serbia and Montenegro Goran Svilanovic will arrive in Moscow on March 24 on an official visit. As a Rosbalt correspondent reports, this was announced by the press office of the government of Serbia and Montenegro. Mr Svilanovic is expected to meet Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov and representatives of the Russian business elite as well as participate at a session of the Russian State Duma.

Yesterday Mr Svilanovic announced in Belgrade that the main aim of his visit is to reestablish former relations with Russia and raise them to 'a completely new level.'

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