Vucic: Next Belgrade-Pristina meeting most likely to happen in September

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Tuesday a next Belgrade-Pristina meeting organised by French President Emmanuel Macron would most likely take place in September.

16 Jul 2019 12:51

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Tuesday a next Belgrade-Pristina meeting organised by French President Emmanuel Macron would most likely take place in September.

"I believe some sort of a sequel to Berlin will take place in Paris in September," Vucic told reporters at Kalemegdan after he and Macron met with young people from the region.

It will take some time before some things can be talked about, Vucic said.

"I hate shifting the blame to the other side - let's wait until the big powers do their things and then we will see what is for us to do," Vucic said.

Macron, who is on an official visit to Serbia, announced at a press conference Monday he would hold a special meeting with the Belgrade and Pristina leaderships and German Chancellor Angela Merkel to make it possible for an agreement to be reached.


Photo: Presidency of Serbia


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