Serbian president speaks with U.S. counterpart

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and U.S. President Barack Obama spoke on Monday in New York during a reception organized by Obama.

Source: Tanjug

The reception is organized on the occasion of the UN General Assembly session.

According to the Serbian president's press service, Obama told Nkolic that Serbia is to credit the most for the establishment of stability in South-East Europe, and "offered assistance in case the country needs it."

"Your country holds most credit for establishment of stability in the South-East Europe region," Obama informed Nikolic as reported by the president's press service. Obama also said that "should Serbia ever need any assistance, its president should feel free to contact him."


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