Selakovic thanked the participants of the movement for coming to attend the conference in Belgrade and contributing to "something that shows that this is a stronger part of the world and humanity".
We are freedom-loving nations. We respect the values defined in the Charter of the United Nations, we are committed to the principles from Bandung and the Belgrade Declaration, which was legalised 60 years ago, said Selakovic.
He assessed that the participants showed solidarity during the conference, and that, as he stated, is what we need.
The head of Serbian diplomacy told the summit participants that Belgrade is their home.
I would like you all to feel at home, because this is the birthplace of the movement, the head of Serbian diplomacy emphasised.
In addition, he wished the participants, their families and the countries they come from to be successful, progress, strengthen, show solidarity and understand each other well.
Peaceful coexistence is important, that is what connected the founders of the movement - Nehru, Nasser, Sukarno and Tito, concluded Selakovic.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan Jeyhun Bayramov, who chairs the Non-Aligned Movement, summarised the two-day summit held in Belgrade and assessed that the participants recalled the noble goals of the Movement's founders 60 years ago, such as promoting peaceful coexistence and sustainable development.
He pointed out that the participating countries analysed the current crises in the world and pointed out the importance of the spirit of multilateralism, international cooperation and solidarity as solutions to the problem.
At the same time, as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan said, an invitation was made at the summit to remove "unjust obstacles" that limit the export of vaccines during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bayramov also pointed out that the participants condemned the introduction of unilateral measures in some countries and the violation of the United Nations Charter, as well as that they confirmed their readiness to adhere to the Bandung principles and to respect international law.