During the meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus Constantinos Kombos, Dacic discussed the further improvement of bilateral relations between the two friendly countries.
The head of Serbian diplomacy pointed out that the Republic of Serbia attaches special importance to the intensification and deepening of ties and cooperation with the Republic of Cyprus, which are based on firm friendship, mutual trust, the historically confirmed closeness and solidarity of our peoples.
The ministers reiterated their firm positions regarding support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Cyprus, as well as mutual satisfaction with the level of cooperation achieved in multilateral forums, especially in terms of key foreign policy priorities of the two countries.
The officials expressed the expectation that the political dialogue will further intensify in the coming period, through the exchange of bilateral visits at the highest and highest level.
Kombos said that Cyprus supports Serbia's European path and that they are ready to provide technical and practical assistance in EU accession.
During the conversation between the head of Serbian diplomacy and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nepal Narayan Prakash Saud, the ministers agreed that the bilateral relations of the two countries are characterized by traditionally good relations and cooperation based on UN principles, as well as long-standing friendly ties from the Non-Aligned Movement.
Dacic expressed his gratitude to Nepal for its support on issues that are of the greatest importance for Serbia, above all on the principled position on non-recognition of the independence of "Kosovo".
They agreed to organise bilateral visits soon and that the possibilities of improving cooperation in the fields of agriculture, economy and investments, as well as cooperation between chambers of commerce, will be considered.
Also, Dacic had a meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Ararat Mirzoyan, and the interlocutors discussed issues of bilateral relations.
Both sides noted the importance of high-level mutual visits, the continuation of discussions on issues of common interest with the aim of strengthening political dialogue and developing mutually beneficial ties.
Dacic and Mirzoyan also discussed issues of regional stability.
The head of Serbian diplomacy met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Burkina Faso Olivia Ragnagevende Rouamba, on the sidelines of the general debate of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly.
The officials emphasised that the two countries are bound by traditional friendship and expressed their readiness to work on improving cooperation in areas of mutual interest.
The ministers confirmed their interest in intensifying the political dialogue in the coming period, including through exchanges of high-level visits.
They also agreed that there is significant room for improving cooperation in the fields of economy, industry, agriculture, education and culture, as well as for continuing cooperation on a multilateral level.
Dacic also met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Abdul bin Zayed Al Nahyan on the sidelines of the general debate of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly.
The interlocutors agreed that the friendly and strategic ties between the two countries are developing very well, and expressed the hope that this positive momentum in relations will continue, especially through the exchange of visits at the highest and highest level.
They also underlined that it is significant that the improvement of bilateral relations at the political level follows the trend of intensifying economic and investment cooperation, which will be given additional impetus by the start of negotiations on the conclusion of the Free Trade Agreement.
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Serbia and the UAE expressed their satisfaction with the successful cooperation on the multilateral level, through the exchange of support in international organisations, and in this context the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the UAE congratulated Serbia on its selection as the host of the specialized exhibition EXPO 2027.
Dacic, on the sidelines of the general debate of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, also met with the foreign ministers of Hungary, Luxembourg, Palestine, Venezuela and Nicaragua.
Earlier, the head of Serbian diplomacy attended a working breakfast with the heads of diplomacy of the countries of the Western Balkans, which was hosted by Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy Antonio Tajani.
In addition to Dacic, the working breakfast was attended by the heads of diplomacy of Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Croatia and Slovenia.
At the end of the first day in New York, the head of Serbian diplomacy attended the receptions organized by the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and the head of German diplomacy Annalena Baerbock, which was a good opportunity for constructive discussions.