Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with his Serbian counterpart Alexander Vucic today, September 25 in Istanbul, the state news agency Anadolu reports.
The talks between the heads of state took place shortly after Friday prayers at the Vahdettin residence. The meeting was held in a closed for press mode. Other details of the talks have not been disclosed yet.
Prior to his visit to Turkey, President Vucic said that it was “important for Serbia to strive, despite all differences, to maintain peace and stability while maintaining good relations with other countries. The Serbian leader said the topics of the meeting with the Turkish head of state will be topical international issues, economic cooperation, interstate relations in the Mediterranean Sea, as well as the agreements signed earlier this month in Washington.