Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic

Serbia to Open its Embassy in Armenia at End of February


YEREVAN (ARKA) — Serbia will open its embassy in Armenia at the end of February, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said during a conversation with Armenian President Armen Sarkissian in Abu Dhabi.

In 2019 October Serbia lifted visas for citizens of Armenia, who can travel to Serbia as tourist and stay there for a period of 90 days. The agreement was reached during Sarkissian’s official visit to Serbia.

In Abu Dhabi Sarkissian and Brnabic said the move is an important step in strengthening relations between the two countries. They also agreed that both countries can cooperate in environment protection and use of green technologies.

President Sarkissian spoke also about the ATOM (Advanced Tomorrow) presidential initiative, designed to give a boost to  development of science and education. He noted that this multifaceted project calls for e creation of the Museum of Future for kids and the first in Armenia Disneyland based on artificial intelligence.

The meeting between the President of Armenia and the Serbian Prime Minister took place on the sidelines of  the Abu Dhabi Stability Week Forum.

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