On the sidelines of the World Climate Summit in Dubai, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic spoke with Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko and called Belarus a friendly country, offering to find time for a bilateral meeting.
At the end of November, Lukashenko called for an understanding of the policy that the Serbian authorities are pursuing towards the republic, whether they want to “wag their tail and support European and American sanctions against Belarus” or cooperate. At the same time, Minsk sent a new ambassador to Belgrade; he became the former head of the main information and analytical department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sergei Malinovsky.
“Of course, I talked with Lukashenko. People in Serbia, who criticize everything, do not know what sanctions you introduced and which you did not introduce. Our two countries are friendly, and I said when the elections will be held (December 17) and within the next year We will find time for our meetings,” Vucic told Serbian journalists on Friday.
The World Climate Summit, which is the main event of the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28), opened earlier in Dubai.