Medvedev: Serbia Is Russia's Key Partner in Southeast Europe
Russia's President, Dmitry Medvedev, has described Serbia as a "key partner" for his country in Southeast Europe.
"We intend to continue to coordinate our foreign police moves in future, including the ones related to the solving of the issue with Kosovo", Medvedev said, as quoted by ITAR-TASS, as he received the letters credential of the new Serbian Ambassador to Moscow, Jelica Kurjak.
During his meeting with the new Serbian Ambassador, Medvedev also pointed out that the already existing political dialogue between Russia and Serbia had received a boost by the joint projects in the field of gas and oil transit that "increase the energy security on the Balkans".
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