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BELGRADE, March 28. /TASS/. Russia is concerned by tensions in the Balkans, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic told Pink TV channel on Monday after talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
"I told him there’s a permanent danger and permanent pressure inside many countries in the region and there is a doubtless presence of various external factors, which exert different influences and pursue different interests," Vucic said.
"Serbia has managed to get over certain elements of instability and it was the most stable country in the region until recently," he said. "I think they are very, very much concerned."
At the meeting, Vucic thanked Putin for the all-round support Moscow offered to Belgade. The two men discussed the deepening of economic cooperation and industrial cooperation in the sphere of mechanical engineering.
In addition to it, they gave attention to developments in the Balkans where a tendency towards aggravation of the situation has taken a clear outline in recent months. They also discussed collaboration in the field of defense technologies.