Serbia and Palestine affirm mutual support

Ambassador Mohamed Nabhan on Thursday informed President Aleksandar Vucic about Palestine's reaction to the US recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Source: B92, Beta
(Tanjug)
(Tanjug)

"Vucic, on the other hand, expressed the unchanged attitude of Serbia towards the friendly Palestinian people," Beta has reported, citing a statement issued by the press service of the Serbian president.

The statement added that during their meeting, the Palestinian ambassador "conveyed to Vucic the greetings of President Mahmoud Abbas and informed him of the unchangeable decision of the Palestinian state to firmly support the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia, as well as to vote in international organizations against the membership of so-called Kosovo."

Along with expressing his gratitude for such a stance and the friendship towards Serbia, Vucic said that Serbia appreciates traditional friendships and that the country's foreign policy would "take care not to ignore them at any point."

The interlocutors also discussed the possibility Palestinian students receiving an education in Serbia, the statement added.

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