The President of the Republic of Serbia Boris Tadić has received today a delegation of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA), headed by the President of this institution, Nikola Hajdin.

The academicians introduced to the Serbian President the activities of SASA and its plans for the future.

President Tadić backed the idea of the academicians to establish an independent academy of the young that would promote scientific activities among people under the age of 45.

Delegation of SASA also expressed its all-embracing uphodling of the policy of accession and cooperation with the European Union.

The meeting was also marked by discussing the Law on SASA, whose making is under the competence of the Ministry of Science and Technological Development.