Turkish, Serbian presidents meet in Istanbul

Turkish, Serbian presidents meet in Istanbul


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Sept. 18 met with his visiting Serbian counterpart.

Erdoğan and Aleksandar Vucic met at Vahdettin Mansion in Istanbul. The meeting was closed to the press.

Commenting on his meeting with Erdoğan, Vucic said that "good relations between Serbia and Turkey are a condition for maintaining stability" in the Balkan region.

Speaking to Serbia's state-run news agency Tanjug, he announced that Erdoğan is expected to make an official visit to Serbia by the end of the year.

"When you speak with someone for over two hours, it is clear that you have covered all the topics. I am satisfied, any conversation with Erdoğan is always useful," Vucic said.