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Bilateral consultations on security policy with Slovenia held
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logo ministarstvaRegular bilateral political consultations on the security policy between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia were held in Ljubljana, on February 25, 2016.

The Slovenian delegation was led by the Acting Director-General for Multilateral Relations, Development Cooperation and International Law, Ambassador Sanja Stiglic, and the Serbian delegation was led by the Acting Assistant Foreign Minister, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic.

During the discussions, they exchanged views on the current safety, political and other topics, including the unfolding migration crisis. They talked about the cooperation between Serbia and NATO within the Partnership for Peace, cooperation with KFOR in Kosovo and Metohija, and regional security challenges. Attention was given to the fight against terrorism – which, in present circumstances, calls for an even closer cooperation between all international actors – along with the issues related to disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control.

The State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, Ambassador Dragoljub Bencina, received Serbian Ambassador Filipovic during his visit to Ljubljana, and they confirmed the very good bilateral relations between Serbia and Slovenia, as well as the intensified political dialogue at all levels.