“As always, an excellent conversation with Serbia’s proven friends about all significant issues of interest to both countries, further advancement of bilateral relations, military cooperation, investments as well as plans to boost the partnership in tourism and energy,” Vucic wrote in a post on his buducnostsrbijeav Instagram profile.
He added that he had thanked Babayev and the Republic of Azerbaijan for the “commitment to international law, demonstrated by the vote in the CoE.”
“Serbia will remember that act because it sees it as an expression of sincere friendship,” he noted.
He said he had also taken the opportunity to send his cordial regards to Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev and added that they would meet again soon.
“Long live the friendship between Serbia and Azerbaijan,” Vucic said.
At a CoE Committee of Ministers session on Monday, Azerbaijan voted against launching the procedure of reviewing the so-called Kosovo’s application for admission to the CoE.