While in a visit to Belgrade on Wednesday, Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev welcomed Serbia’s desire to join the AGRI project (Azerbaijani-Georgia-Romania Interconnector). Under the project, gas will be exported from Azerbaijan to Georgia, where it will be liquefied and shipped across the Black Sea to Romania and shipped onwards to Hungary, News.Az informs, quoted by HotNews. On other projects, President Boris Tadic said that Azerbaijani companies would be involved in railway building in Serbia.“Georgia, Romania and Azerbaijan are working on an important project. We hope very much that Hungary will also join the project in the near future, and it will be a major gas project. I hope that it will become a reality within a few years. Serbia has a strategic interest in this matter. Serbia wants to join this project and we discussed this matter with the president”, Boris Tadic said. In his turn, Ilham Aliyev said: “We are eager to see Serbia in this project, given that today the rich hydrocarbon reserves of Azerbaijan are transported to different markets and we are interested in new markets. We do hope that we will manage to use our rich gas potential to the maximum”.