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Category:Male guitaristsSource: Xinhua| 2018-08-05 15:46:55|Editor: Yurou
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BELGRADE, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) — Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his Croatian counterpart Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović met for the second time in Belgrade, the Serbian capital, on Tuesday.
According to a Serbian presidential statement, the two leaders had a “frank and open” exchange of views on the bilateral relations, important issues and regional and international subjects of interest.
They discussed boosting bilateral relations, the restoration and development of bilateral cooperation on a priority basis, close bilateral cooperation in the energy sector, in particular in the construction of the “Blue Corridor”, and investment projects.
On the Serbian-Croatian cooperation in the region, Vucic said that the St. Stephen’s Bridge on the Danube River, one of the most important symbols of European civilization, will be finished next year. The last two concrete slabs are put in place, and only some metal parts of the structure have to be installed.
Vucic said that cooperation between Serbia and Croatia is one of the most progressive cooperation projects in the region, and Croatia can learn from Serbia’s experience in developing infrastructure.
He said that most infrastructure projects, which were implemented by the Serbian state in the past, proved to be successful.
Vucic congratulated Grabar-Kitarović on her election as the president of the country.
“Serbia and Croatia have a very strong, multifaceted history and a common history, and we could have done more in the past. But we have made a lot of progress since the day when we became two independent, sovereign countries,” said Vucic.
“Serbs and Croats, and all citizens of our country, are equal and should be treated equally. Just as I want to treat all my guests who are