Serbian president and PM congratulate new Polish president

President Tomislav Nikolic on Tuesday congratulated Andrzej Duda on his election as president of Poland.

Source: Tanjug

Nikolic "expressed confidence that the two countries will continue to strengthen their relations and further their cooperation during Duda's term, too," Tanjug reported.

"The relations between Serbia and Poland are based on the traditional closeness and friendship between our nations and rest on the solid foundations of mutual understanding and respect. Serbia sees a close friend in Poland and highly appreciates your country's support for our efforts to become a part of the European Union," the president said.

"On the occasion of your election to the post of the president of the Republic of Poland, on behalf of the Serbian citizens and on my own behalf, I extend to you sincere congratulations and best wishes for success in the responsible post," Nikolic wrote in the message, according a statement from the his press service.

Nikolic "expressed confidence that, during Duda's term, Serbia and Poland will continue to strengthen their relations and further the comprehensive bilateral cooperation in the mutual interest of both nations."

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic sent on Monday a letter of congratulations to Andrzej Duda "voicing confidence that cooperation between the two countries will be improved in all fields of mutual interest."

“On the occasion of your appointment to the position of President of the Republic of Poland, I send you my most sincere congratulations and the best wishes for a successful performance of that responsible duty,” Vucic said in the letter.

“I am deeply convinced that, with your personal contribution, the close friendly relations and a good bilateral cooperation between Serbia and Poland will be improved in all areas of common interest," said Vucic, and added:

"I want to underline that the economic success of your country is a role model and goal pursued by the government I am heading, and I hope that we will manage to achieve that through intensive contacts with you."


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