By Talha Ozturk

SARAJEVO, Bosnia Herzegovina (AA) – Serbian government on Thursday announced to open a consulate in Turkey’s northwestern province of Edirne.

According to a statement issued by the government, the new consulate aims to facilitate Serbians living in Turkey.

Serbia is also aiming to stimulate economic cooperation and ensuring the connection between businessmen of the two countries, it said.

In 2018, Serbia had opened a consulate in the city of Antalya.

Turkish and Serbian governments have set 2 billion euros ($2.25) target trade volume for 2019.

According to latest figures, the number of Serbian tourists visiting Turkey is the highest from the Balkan countries.

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