BELGRADE – Due to a growing intolerance and insecurity among nations and, especially, a world polarized by superpowers, the people of Serbia and the African nations can unite and defend their interests since a common danger requires a common reaction, Pan-African Parliament President Roger Nkodo Dang said Wednesday.

Addressing the National Assembly of Serbia, he stressed that terrorism and expansionist provocations by other countries are common topics for Africa and Serbia.

I wish and hope that our visit will examine ways of resolving the problems troubling our citizens, and we are representatives of those people, said Dang, adding that the world of the future will be consolidated if mutually beneficial relations for citizens are developed.

He said the friendly relations between Serbia and African countries date back to the founding of the Non-Aligned Movement.