BELGRADE, October 23. /TASS/. Cooperation with Russia’s Rosatom will open new prospects and provide workplaces for Serbia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic tweeted on Tuesday after a meeting with Rosatom Deputy Director General Nikolai Spassky.
"I am confident that cooperation with Rosatom will bring new chances in the future and new workplaces for the Serbian economy," the Serbian president wrote.
Vucic’s office reported that the meeting focused on a number of issues, including the possibility of cooperation of Serbian science with the Russian state corporation, as well as the use of nuclear technologies in medicine, agriculture and innovation-based economy. "The president was satisfied with the fact the final list of the intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the sphere of the use of nuclear energy in peaceful time based on innovative technologies was approved. He also supported the consolidation of cooperation between the two countries in this area," the statement says.
Spassky said, for his part, that Russian President Vladimir Putin is actively supporting the implementation of all the agreements of the two countries in the sphere of the use of nuclear energy. "The Russian and Serbian presidents’ support means that the issue concerns a useful agreement of the highest importance for Moscow and Belgrade," he said.