During the talks, Dacic and Chauhan stressed that the two countries share traditionally friendly ties forged in the Non-Aligned Movement, and pointed to the continuity of very positive political relations between India and Serbia. They agreed on the need for further improvement of political dialogue and exchange of visits at different levels.
Minister Dacic voiced gratitude on behalf of the Serbian government for India's principled stand concerning the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo-Metohija, and he also thanked the Indian ambassador for the note of condolences and financial aid India delivered to Serbia after the catastrophic floods which hit the country in May.
The Indian ambassador informed Dacic about the proposition of India for he meeting of the Mixed Committee for Economic and Agricultural Cooperation to be staged soon, as well as her country's idea for organising a visit of a delegation of Indian hi-tech scientists to Serbia. Chauhan also emphasised the growing interest of Indian companies in investing in Serbia, including certain major restructuring companies, states the release.
Stressing the need for improvement of economic cooperation between the two countries, Dacic and Chauhan agreed that the business cooperation is far behind the level of bilateral political relations and the two countries' potentials.