The FINANCIAL — The 35th meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) member states was held in Belgrade. The meeting was chaired by Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić.
The Georgian delegation was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania, who, while addressing the meeting, gave high assessment to the progress Serbia has achieved during the period of the BSEC chairmanship in the spheres of the development of the BSEC-EU co-operation, as well as sectoral co-operation. It was underlined that the existing conflicts in the region impede the development of the economic relations of the BSEC member states. The delegations also underlined the need to resolve the existing conflicts by peaceful means in accordance with the principles of the international law.
On 1 January 2017, the Republic of Turkey will take over the Chairmanship-in-Office of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization, according to MFA of Georgia.
Within the framework of the visit to the Republic of Serbia, the Georgian delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania, held meetings with Serbia’s Deputy Foreign Minister D. Petrović. Deputy Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Renata Pindžo and Director of the International Economic Relations Department of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Nenad Durcevic.
The Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister also held a meeting with Georgian living in Belgrade.