Serbian First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has continued his tour of Latin America. Dacic is on a two-day visit to the Republic of Guatemala, the Serbian Government announced on Wednesday.
In Guatemala City, Dacic met with the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sandra Erica Jovel Polanco.
In a friendly conversation, Dacic and Jovel Polanco exchanged views on the foreign policy priorities of the two countries, as well as on current internal political processes, a press release posted on the government’s website said.
They jointly concluded that political cooperation is at a high level, but that there is great potential in the field of economic cooperation.
Dacic and Jovel Polanco agreed on coordination of cooperation in the multilateral field, emphasizing the importance of respecting international law and adherence to the principle of respecting territorial integrity.
Dacic also stressed the importance of the upcoming return visit by Jovel Polanco to Serbia for continuing successful cooperation and promoting general political and economic relations to mutual satisfaction in all areas of common interest.
The ministers praised the excellent state of political and diplomatic relations, friendship and cooperation that exists and have been going on for 32 years, confirmed by Ivica Dacic’s official visit, the statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.