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Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Nikola Selaković invited representatives of members of the NAM to gather in Belgrade in October

13. July 2021.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, spoke at the Ministerial Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) today and on that occasion sent an invitation to the representatives of the members to gather in Belgrade on 11 and 12 October, when the 60th anniversary of the first Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement held in Belgrade in 1961 will be marked.

Selaković informed the participants of the conference that Serbia would organize this important jubilee of non-aligned countries together with Azerbaijan – which is currently chairing the NAM.

In his address, Selaković reminded that the former Yugoslavia and President Tito, as co-founders of the Movement, gave their contribution to creating a vision of a different world, and that Serbia, as one of the successors of Yugoslavia, is proud of that part of its history.

"The spirit of non-alignment is based on equality, freedom, lasting peace, sovereign equality of states and peaceful cooperation of all peoples, and these values ​​are also woven into the state-building foundations of Serbia", the minister said.

Selaković said that the Non-Aligned Movement throughout its history has been a beacon of freedom to all those who sought the right to existence and prosperity in a world that was often ruled, not by the force of law, but by the law of force. He assessed that even today we find ourselves in times of serious global challenges in which the Movement has the opportunity to reaffirm its libertarian traditions and commitment to a world of equals.

"Serbia, as a militarily neutral and politically independent state, will give its most sincere contribution to such goals of the Movement. We hope that by strengthening mutual ties and cooperation, as a group of states and peoples that share the same values ​​and interests, we will strengthen our common capacity to face the challenges of tomorrow. And the challenges are already before us", Selaković pointed out.

The Minister emphasized that international law should be a pillar of political and security architecture of the world, and added that Serbia respects the commitment of the members of the Movement towards the goals and principles of the UN Charter.

"Many members of this movement are aware that by insisting on international law, they are working in their own favor and in favor of preserving regional and global stability," the minister pointed out.

Selaković also said that the COVID-19 pandemic clearly showed that inequality, lack of solidarity and empathy in the world have become very obvious in the roughest way.

"Serbia is eternally grateful to all the countries which, such as Azerbaijan, helped us in difficult times. We later extended that chain of solidarity by making vaccines available, not only to our citizens, but also to others in the region. We supported our neighbors with the belief that solidarity is the best investment in a common future", the minister concluded. 

Condolences of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Nikola Selaković to the head of Philippine diplomacy


04 Jul 2021.

Today, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, sent his condolences to the head of the Philippine diplomacy, Teodoro Locsin, on the occasion of today's plane crash, which took several lives.

"Please convey my sincere condolences to the families who lost their loved ones in this difficult accident. Although it is difficult to find words of consolation for those who were left without their loved ones in this sad moment, be sure that the Republic of Serbia sympathizes with the pain and shares the sorrow with the friendly Filipino people", the telegram of Minister Selaković reads.

Letter of condolences to the President of the Republic of the Philippines

4th July 2021

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić conveyed a letter of condolences to the President of the Republic of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, on the death of Philippine soldiers in a plane crash during landing, which reads as follows:

"Estimated President, accept my sincere condolences, and please convey it to the families of the fallen soldiers. Although in moments like these it is difficult to find words of consolation for those who have lost their loved ones, please know that the citizens of Serbia share their grief. "I am convinced that the noble memory of the people who lost their lives in military service will stay forever, as it is the greatest sacrifice that can be made to the homeland," reads President Vučić's letter of condolence to President Duterte.

Source: www.predsednik.rs

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