Sergey Aksyonov and Anatoly Bibilov at Yalta International Economic Forum on April 20. Photo: facebook.com/aksenov.rk
Anatoly Bibilov, the Moscow-backed leader of Tskhinvali Region/South Ossetia, attended the annual Yalta International Economic Forum in Crimea on April 19-21, where he met with the lawmakers from Serbia and the Syrian Economy Minister, Mohammad Samer al-Khalil.
“We have positive feelings about South Ossetia, since we have many similar customs, traditions and views. We would like to visit South Ossetia and deepen our cooperation,” Obradovic was quoted as saying by Bibilov’s press office.
According to the press service, Bibilov also met with a group of Italian senators and businesspeople in Yalta, and discussed “a wide range of issues” including the possibility of launching “joint [economic] projects.”
The Tskhinvali “foreign minister,” Dmitry Medoev, who accompanied Bibilov in Crimea, held separate meetings with the representative of the Japanese political organization Issuikai, Mitsuhiro Kimura, and the Eritrean Ambassador to Russia, Petros Tseggai Asghedom.
The Abkhaz “foreign minister” Daur Kove and “economy minister” Adgur Ardzinba, who also attended the forum in Yalta, met with the Syrian Economy Minister Mohammad Samer al-Khalil, and invited him to Abkhazia.
Civil.Ge © 2001-2019