Serbia and Russia on Thursday signed over 20 agreements, memorandums, accords and protocols on future cooperation.
The documents were signed after a meeting of Serbian and Russian delegations headed by Presidents Aleksandar Vucic and Vladimir Putin, during the Russian leader’s visit to Serbia on January 17.
Rosatom CEO Aleksei Likhachev and Serbian Minister for Innovations Nenad Popovic initialed an agreement on peaceful use of nuclear energy.
Other major documents include MoUs on Russian-Serbian cooperation in development of digital technologies and innovations in the electricity sector.
An agreement with the Russian space agency Roscosmos on peaceful use and research of space was also signed.
Serbia’s Railway Infrastructure and Russia’s RZD International signed a 230 million euro agreement to design and build railway infrastructure in Serbia and a unified dispatch center for rail transport management, Tanjug reported.