“Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with the Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuk Bakhtadze Tbilisi at the start of the first official visit to that country. Brnabic is the first Serbian Prime Minister to visit Georgia on an official visit, the government’s Office for Media Cooperation announced.
Brnabic and Bakhtadze stressed that the relations between Serbia and Georgia are good and traditionally friendly and that in the coming period the two countries will work to intensify cooperation in different areas.
The Prime Minister emphasized that Serbia is ‘interested in strengthening the dialogue with Georgia at all levels’ and assessed that the principle of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity is a good basis for improving relations between the two countries.
‘We are grateful to Georgia for not recognizing the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo, as well as on the firm position not to support the admission of the so-called Kosovo into international organizations like the UNESCO,’ Brnabic said.” (translated from Politika)