Serbia has begun preparations for Putin's visit
The Serbian authorities have begun preparations for the visit of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, said the Serbian leader Aleksandar Vucic.
Official Belgrade expects arrival of the Russian President in October, at the completion of the decoration-the biggest Orthodox Church in the region - St. Sava the Serbian, which are held with the participation of Russian funds and professionals.
"We have already started working on preparations for the arrival of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, as you know, page (Serbian relics) Of the gospel will be returned to Serbia and placed in the national Museum," said Vucic reporters at the ceremony, the formation of new army brigades in the city Is.
"As you know, I before Putin's visit to Serbia to meet with him in Moscow at the Victory parade in which pride will be attended by the guard of Serbia", - said the head of state.
Vucic previously said that she planned on 23 June before the parade to meet with the President of Russia eye to eye.
At the end of last year, Putin said that Serbia will soon be transferred to a valuable manuscript of the Miroslav gospel. Earlier it was reported that Moscow and Belgrade have agreed on the exchange of cultural values of Russia will be given some of the early works of Nicholas Roerich, and the Serbian side will receive a parchment, taken in the XIX century from the Miroslav gospel.