The prospects for bilateral relations between Azerbaijan and Serbia will be discussed during Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister's visit to Azerbaijan.
The Serbian embassy told Trend news agency on August 27 that the talks will be held as part of the Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic's visit to Azerbaijan, which is to be held September 9-10.
The embassy also said it is expected to discuss topical issues of bilateral cooperation in political, economic and humanitarian areas during the Serbian first deputy prime minister's visit to Azerbaijan .
Serbia and Azerbaijan are strategic partners, and their bilateral relations are developing dynamically.
Currently, the two countries have about 30 agreements establishing a framework for bilateral cooperation at various levels.
The main priorities of the two countries' economic and trade cooperation include the projects in construction, education, tourism and infrastructure.
Aside from that Azerbaijan and Serbia have an intergovernmental commission for trade and economic cooperation. The commission's last meeting was held March 3-4, in Belgrade, Serbia.
Trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Serbia stood at $2,677,130 in January-July 2014, according to Azerbaijan's State Customs Committee (SCC).