US$100,000 from Serbia for small African country

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    US$100,000 from Serbia for small African country

    The Serbian government has decided to donate US$100,000 of aid to the state of Sao Tome and Principe for the repair of flood damage, said Prime Minister Ana Brnabic.

    At a joint press conference after a meeting with Sao Tome and Principe’s Prime Minister Jorge Bom Jesus, Brnabic said the government made the decision to help the African country cope with the consequences of the floods that took place in December last year.

    Brnabic said that the two countries cooperated in the field of tourism and education, adding that five students from the state of Sao Tome and Principe were being educated in Serbia.
    She thanked the leadership of the African state for being one of the first to withdraw recognition of Kosovo’s independence in 2013, adding that it was a “sign of great friendship”.

    Jesus expressed hope that co-operation between the two countries would be improved, primarily in the field of agriculture, saying his country was interested in importing agricultural products and exporting cocoa, vanilla and coffee to Serbia.

    He stated that Serbia and Sao Tome and Principe should strengthen cooperation in the field of tourism, pointing out that his island country had great tourism potential.

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