World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met his counterpart Ivica Dacic, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, President Tomislav Nikolic on Tuesday during his one-day visit to Serbia which was hit by severe floods last month.
The Turkish Foreign Minister indicated that both countries planned to form a joint disaster management group after floods hit the Balkans last month.
Davutoglu added that the Turkish-Serbian economic forum was to be held in October.
He added that they agreed on the creation of a Turkish bank in Serbia thanks to the co-operation between Turkish bank Halkbank and Serbian banks.
The Turkish Foreign Minister said that the relations between Turkey and Serbia are crucial for preserving the stability in Balkans, especially considering recent developments in the Black Sea basin and in the Middle East.
After completing his trip to Belgrade, Davutoglu flew to the United States on a private jet.Last Mod: 11 Haziran 2014, 09:29