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We want to broaden our cooperation this year – the 180th since we established diplomatic relations. The importance of our close bilateral relations remains as important as ever
British ambassador to Serbia H E Denis Keefe held a reception at his residence celebrating Queen Elisabeth II’s 91st birthday which falls together with the 180th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Great Britain and the Republic of Serbia.
Source: RT.com The Democratic Unionist Party has agreed to the principles of an outline agreement to support Theresa May’s Conservative Party on a “confidence and supply” basis, Downing Street announced Saturday.
On the occasion of marking 180 years of establishing UK-Serbia diplomatic relations H. E. Denis Keefe, the British Ambassador to Serbia organised a reception in his residence.