Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic received on April 7 the credentials of the newly appointed ambassadors of The Netherlands, Mexico, Turkey and Bulgaria.
According to the statement of the president's media service, Vucic and Dutch Ambassador Joost Reintjes stated that they shared the hope that large multi-national companies from The Netherlands would recognize the excellent environment for investments in Serbia and opt for doing business here.
During the meeting with the ambassador of Turkey, Hami Aksoy, Vucic stated that he was delighted with the high level of bilateral relations between Serbia and Turkey, especially with the intensive political dialogue and growing economic cooperation.
Vucic and Bulgarian Ambassador Petko Dojkov stated that Bulgaria was one of Serbia's most significant trade partners, and that possibilities existed for cooperation in investments, joint production capacities and programs, and joint appearance on third markets, the statement reads.
During the meeting with the ambassador of Mexico, Carlos Felix, Vucic thanked for Mexico's support to the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia and for its principled policy of respect of international law.