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Egyptian and Serbian presidents sign a series of strategic accords

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has signed a joint declaration with his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi establishing the two countries’ strategic partnership. This includes political coordination on bilateral and international issues.

Twelve more cooperation agreements were signed, including the cooperation program to be implemented by the Serbian and Egyptian governments, signed by the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister,  Branko Ružić, and the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry.

The strategic partnership also covers economic ties, based on a free trade agreement that Belgrade and Cairo plan to sign. Vucic told a joint news conference that the plan is to finalize that agreement by this autumn. He said the two countries are considering the forming of joint companies “relying on each other in these hard times”. The Serbian president said that Serbia will export wheat, grains and fruit to Egypt in return for citrus fruit. Egypt has relied heavily on wheat imports from Ukraine to date.


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