LJUBLJANA – Slovenian PM Miro Cerar will make an official visit to Serbia on Sunday and Monday for a third joint session of the two countries’ governments, the STA agency reported Friday, quoting a press release from the Slovenian government press office.

Cerar will meet with Serbia’s PM Aleksandar Vucic and President Tomislav Nikolic and address a Serbian-Slovenian business forum together with Vucic, the report said.

Cerar will be accompanied by FM Karl Erjavec and the ministers of interior, defense, finance, economy, agriculture, infrastructure, public administration and culture.

The session will be the third joint session of the governments of Serbia and Slovenia – the first was held in Serbia in October 2013 and the second in Slovenia last year.