Gul calls on Turkish businessmen to invest more in Serbia

Gul and Tadic participated in Turkish-Serbian Business Council meeting in Belgrade.

Gul calls on Turkish businessmen to invest more in Serbia

Turkey's President Abdullah Gul and President Boris Tadic of Serbia participated in Turkish-Serbian Business Council meeting in Belgrade, Serbia on Monday.

Delivering a speech in the meeting, President Gul said relations between Turkey and Serbia have been continuing well and sound cooperation would boost stability and tranquility in Balkans.

"Serbia fulfilled several important reforms. Belgrade is one of the most important cities of Europe. It is not possible to think of EU without Belgrade," he said.

Gul said, "businessmen should attach a great importance to Serbia. It will have a bright future."

Turkey and Serbia had a low trade volume, and it should be increased, he said. Turkish businessmen should make more investments in Serbia, Gul said.

Serbia's President Tadic said Turkey should consider Serbia an actual strategic partner.

Tadic said he was pleased that Turkey and Serbia took part in the South Stream Project which would yield a great potential to increase cooperation.

Serbia had several important opportunities for Turkish businessmen, Tadic added.

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