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ST.PETERSBURG, June 19. / TASS / Belgrade is waiting to see what Moscow and Ankara as far as the Turkish Steam is concerned, said Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic after talks with Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday.
"Of course, we are not against this project," Dacic said, "we are waiting to see what Moscow and Ankara agree on."
According to Dacic, this issue was not discussed at the meeting with Lavrov today.
"But why should we be against the project, we are not against something new," Dacic said. "We'll wait and see."