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Government of Serbia has declared three days of national mourning - Book of condolences is open at the Embassy of Serbia in Beijing
Following the tragic loss of lives at the “Vladislav Ribnikar” Elementary School shooting in Belgrade on 3 May 2023,the Government of Serbia has declared three days of national mourning, from 5 May to 7 May 2023.
A book of condolence will open at the Embassy (San Li Tun, Dong 6 Jie 1, 100600 Beijing). Members of the public who wish to leave written tributes can do so during the following opening hours on:
5 May 2023 10:00 a.m. to 16.00 p.m. 
8 May 2023 10:00 a.m. to 16.00 p.m. 
Please be advised that visitors to the Embassy will be subject to security checks. 
For those unable to attend in person, an online book of condolence can be signed at: embserbia@embserbia.cn
The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia is grateful for all the messages of support we have received.

Continuation of outstanding overall relations between Serbia, China

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke today with Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Serbia Chen Bo about the continuation of the development of outstanding bilateral relations in the political, economic and foreign trade fields.

During the meeting, Brnabic placed special emphasis on the growth of economic cooperation, underlining that the volume of trade in goods in 2021 amounted to €5.3 billion, with the growth of Serbian exports by 157.7%.
According to her, in just five months of this year, the exchange was €2.62 billion, which is almost 40 percent more compared to 2021, and growth was also recorded when it comes to exports (more than 76 percent), as and imports (about 32 percent).
She said that in the past year, China was the second largest foreign trade partner of Serbia, and pointed out that during the last decade, Serbia's exports to China increased 152 times, and that in the past three years alone, since 2019, it has tripled.
Also, as she added, out of the five largest Serbian exporters to the world last year, as many as three companies are owned by Chinese investors, which achieved a total export of €1.9 billion.
The Prime Minister expressed her special satisfaction regarding the renewal of the direct Belgrade-Beijing airline line of a Chinese company, as well as the scheduled regular flights of Air Serbia from the end of October.
Speaking about the current political situation in the world, Brnabic said that Serbia supports the one-China policy and considers Taiwan an integral part of the People's Republic of China, and underlined that this position will not change.
Ambassador Chen Bo thanked Serbia for its consistent position and support for China in this matter.
She added that Serbia, on the other hand, can still count on the continuous support of China on the international level, but also the development and improvement of cooperation in other fields, such as the Green Agenda, energy, biotechnology and the development of new technologies.

Meeting of the Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija P. Petković with the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, Deng Li

Meeting between the Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija P. Petković and the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, Deng Li was held in Beijing on 31st of June. In a cordial conversation, mutual satisfaction was expressed regarding the extraordinary relations between the Serbia and China, characterized by a comprehensive strategic partnership, which is given a special quality by the friendly relations between President Aleksandar Vučić and President Xi Jinping. 
Deputy Minister Deng Li emphasized that the Chinese side has started intensive preparations for the realization of the upcoming visit of President Vučić to China, on the occasion of his participation in the Third Forum for International Cooperation of the "Belt and Road" initiative. Deputy Minister Deng said that "Serbian President will be welcomed in China like a brother", which indicates the extraordinary respect shown to President Vučić in China.
Director Petković conveyed to the Chinese side Serbia's full support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the People's Republic of China and thanked China for its principled support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia. Petković introduced his interlocutor to the difficult security situation in Kosovo and Metohija in which the Serbian population and other non-Albanian minotities find themselves, which is characterized by a rapid increase in violence against Serbs and other non-Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija and the violation of their basic human rights.
"In Pristina, there is no desire to reach a compromise, dialogue and de-escalation of the current crisis, which was caused by the Pristina side with its violent and unilateral moves, organizing illegal elections and occupying Serbian municipalities in the north of Kosovo and Metohija. The crisis generated by Pristina threatens to spill over into the entire region", warned Petković and especially pointed out that for 10 years Pristina has refused to form the Association of Serb Municipalities in accordance with the agreement from Brussels in 2013.
Deputy Minister Deng Li assured Petkovic that the People's Republic of China will continue to support Serbia's sovereignty and territorial integrity, with clear opposition to Pristina's unilateral moves. He emphasized that the Chinese side supports finding a solution to the Kosovo and Metohija issue through peaceful means, on the basis of Resolution 1244 of the UN Security Council, and he particularly emphasized the support and insistence of Beijing regarding the establishment of the Association of Serb Municipalities, as soon as possible.

Symposium on High-quality Belt and Road Cooperation
Ambassador M. Stefanovic participated in the Symposium on High-quality Belt and Road Cooperation (BRI), organized by the Heilongjiang Province People's Government, from 14 to 17. July.
At the Symposium, organized on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the BRI and chaired by Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Sun Weidong, attendees exchanged opinions on BRI on the global level, as well as the perspectives of its further development. In addition to Ambassador Stefanović, the symposium was attended by ambassadors of Indonesia, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Ethiopia, the Resident UN Coordinator, the heads of the various UN agencies, as well as members of the BRI Advisory Board, and the former Prime Minister of Egypt E. Sharaf, former permanent representative of Singapore at the UN K. Mahbubani, Previous Deputy Chairman of the African Union E. Mwencha, representatives of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the new Development Bank,etc.
In the introductory presentation, the Vice-Minister Sun Weidong pointed out that China was proud of the results achieved within the BRI, which so far has joined 140 countries and within which over three thousand projects were implemented, worth about one thousand billion USD.  Vice-Minister Sun Weidong also added that the past decade was a period of connection-building, networking and strategic cooperation.
Other participants also affirmed the importance of the BRI as global inclusive initiative, which in addition to the great results in strengthening international connectivity, especially in terms of infrastructural development, has the potential to further promote development in other areas as well. 
In her address, Ambassador M. Stefanović pointed out the great importance that Serbia attaches to the initiative "Belt and Road", particularly in terms of implementing the projects of infrastructure connectivity, the construction of the railway, highways, etc. She pointed out that Serbia is at significant crossroads along Maritime Silk Road for the 21st century, which traverses from Greece, through North Macedonia, Serbia and the Hungary, and the Chinese-European Express Transport Line, with further connections to Northern Europe. She also elaborated on the importance of the arrival of large Chinese investments in Serbia, which are the result of the greater visibility of Serbia on the investment map of China and the world. In addition to that, she pointed out the potentials in cooperation within the Digital Silk Road, where the IT industry will be one of the most promising sectors of the economy of Serbia, as the Digitization and Artificial Intelligence are among the priorities of our Government. 
During the visit to Harbin, the symposium participants had separate meetings with the governor of the Province of Heilungjijang Ms. Liang Huiling. In a separate conversation between ambassador Stefanović and Governor Liang mutual interest in strengthening Serbia's cooperation with the Province of Heilungjiang in the field of agriculture, industry and IT was expressed, as well as the importance of cooperation between Harbin and Uzice for further development of the overal relations between our two countries. Moreover, Ambassador Stefanovic invited Ms. Liang to visit Serbia.

Ambassador M. Stefanović met with representatives of the Foreign Affairs Office of Shandong Province
During their visit to Beijing on July 12th the Department for Europe from Shandong Province FAO, led by the Deputy General Director of the Lin Hanbin, met with Ambassador M. Stefanović in the Embassy of Serbia.
The Deputy General Director Lin pointed out that this is his first visit to one of the embassies from European countries since his appointment, which shows how important partner Serbia is for Shandong Province. Stressing excellent cooperation between Shandong and Serbia, he pointed out that companies from Shandong are participating in important projects in Serbia, such as the construction of highway 763, the Chinese Cultural Center, etc. In the context of further development of cooperation at the local level, he informed that the Association for Cooperation of Local Leaders will be established in Shandong, and expressed hope that cooperation with Serbia within the mentioned association will be fruitful as well. Deputy General Director Lin also announced that "Serbian House", in which Serbian products will be offered, and which is being built by Shandong Hispeed Co., will be opened in September this year alongside Jinan-Qingdao Expressway.
Ambassador Stefanović underlined that Shandong Province is an important partner for Serbia, especially given the positive results of our cooperation with companies such as Linglong and Shandong Hispeed. She also pointed out that Serbia provides full support to China-CEEC Mechanism, which we will continue to support in the future as well. Both sides emphasized the great importance of high-level exchanges, to which recent visit of the Minister of Tourism and Youth of Serbia Mr. H. Memic largely contributed, as well as the importance of further intensifying visits.

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