Protest over Vucic's participation in the "Little Schengen" summit in Tirana
The initiative to remove obstacles to the flow of goods, services, people and capital was launched by President Vucic
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will be visiting Tirana tomorrow and on Saturday where he will participate in the "Little Schengen" summit.
On the eve of his arrival, a group of Albanians protested against him coming to the country.
Several dozen protesters gathered in the center of the city, unfurling banners that had the words "persona non grata" written across Vucic's photograph, as well as, "Here comes a war criminal to pose as a benefactor."
Vucic will be in town for the "Little Schengen" summit.
The initiative to remove obstacles to the flow of goods, services, people and capital was launched by President Vucic, who, two months ago, gathered the prime ministers of North Macedonia and Albania Zoran Zaev and Edi Rama in Novi Sad, Serbia.
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