BELGRADE, March 7 (Xinhua) -- Serbia and Georgia signed an agreement to liberalize visas between the two countries on Wednesday.
Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze, who's also the vice prime minister of Georgia, arrived in Belgrade earlier in the day.
He signed the agreement along with Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic.
In addition to Dacic, the Georgian minister also met Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, President Aleksandar Vucic and Minister for European Union (EU) integrations Jadranka Joksimovic.
In the meeting with President Vucic, bilateral relations, economic cooperation and the situation in the region were discussed, according to a release by the president's press office.
The release said that Vucic estimated relations between the two countries as "good and traditionally friendly", but pointed out that it is still insufficiently developed when it comes to the economy.
According to the Serbian foreign minister, trade value between Serbia and Georgia was just over 6 million euros last year.
The president said the visa liberalization agreement would contribute to the establishment of more favorable conditions to attract foreign investments, improve economic cooperation and develop tourism.
Janelidze told Vucic that Georgia is interested in strengthening high-level political dialogue and advancing economic cooperation, as well as introducing direct flight between Belgrade and Tbilisi to promote tourism.