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BELGRADE, October 25. /TASS/. A Serbian delegation headed by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is expected to make a visit to Russia in coming days and this visit "cannot be just a regular visit, one of others," Russia’s Ambassador in Belgrade Aleksandr Chepurin told reporters.
The visit "is not a regular one even against the background of the old friendly relations between the two nations due to four reasons," Chepurin said.
"First, we need to synchronise watches, to outline positions, to substantiate our interests and to look to expansion of cooperation," the Russian ambassador said. "This determines the level of the visit and the highest level meetings."
"Second, the visit will focus on economic issues as economic ministers are on the delegation. Mutually beneficial ussies are likely to be discussed and the business forum scheduled for the morning of October 27 will be of key importance," he said. "[Russian Prime Minister] Dmitry Medvedev and Aleksandar Vucic are due to inaugurate an international exhibition titiled the 2015 Open Innovation at the VDNKh, Russia’s largest exhibition-park. Last year Dmitry Medvedev opened a similar forum with China’s prime minister and in 2013 with French and Finnish prime ministers."
"Third, the visit envisages that Russia and Serbia plan to sign a number of documents," he said. "Fourth, the sides will discuss actual international agenda, related to Russia’s and Serbia’s interests.".