Boris Tadic wanting Serbia to join Southern Gas Corridor
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 10
By Elchin Mehdiyev - Trend:
Serbia has great potential for cooperation with Azerbaijan in the energy sphere, Serbia's ex-president Boris Tadic told reporters March 10 in Baku.
During his presidency he contributed to the establishing of close relationship between Azerbaijan and Serbia, according to Tadic.
"Now we have a new government, the new president, who successfully continue the work initiated by me," he said.
Azerbaijan and Serbia have similar geostrategic positions, according to Tadic.
Serbia faced the Kosovo problem, which is similar to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, he added.
The ex-president also touched upon Azerbaijan's important role in the energy sphere.
"We signed an agreement with Azerbaijan on strategic partnership last year. A number of Azerbaijan's construction companies operate in Serbia," said Tadic adding that he would like Serbia to join the Southern Gas Corridor.