Russian president Vladimir Putin visited Serbia on January 17, vowing to deepen economic ties, including increasing cooperation in civil nuclear energy, natural gas and railways.

During Putin’s visit, a package of agreements was signed in Belgrade, creating a legal foundation for the practical implementation of joint projects in the field of nuclear energy use for peaceful purposes: an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the field of nuclear energy use based on proven and innovative...

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