"We must prepare for what's coming, more important meetings ahead": Vucic on dialogue continuation
He did not want to either confirm or deny that a meeting regarding Kosovo could be held on July 17, but said that he expected the political dialogue to continue in Brussels soon.
After attending Victory Day parade in Moscow today, President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic said that he had meetings with several leaders from Russia's surroundings and that he discussed trade exchange, but also pointed out that truth and respect for the victims of fascism would be preserved.
"I am especially proud of our unit, of our Guards who were great," Vucic said for Pink TV and added that it was an incredible feeling to watch our soldiers who took part in the parade in Red Square.
He pointed out that he wanted to show how much he loves the Serbian Army and the Serbian land.
"It is a special feeling and it must be experienced. That is something of special importance," said Vucic.
The president of Serbia pointed out that we must prepare for what is coming, for the political dialogue on Kosovo, the second wave of coronavirus in the fall, and the economy, but he stressed that at this moment his first concern is helping those citizens affected by the floods.
"We had an important conversation about Kosovo and Metohija. Tomorrow I will go to Brussels, the day after tomorrow to Washington, and then to Ljubljana. There will be more important meetings and the continuation of the political dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina. There will definitely be talks between us," Aleksandar Vucic pointed out.
He did not want to neither confirm nor deny that a meeting regarding Kosovo could be held on July 17, but said that he expected the political dialogue to continue in Brussels soon.
Putin sees Serbian president off, Vucic ends visit to Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin saw off the president of Serbia, who was on a two-day visit to Moscow.
"Thank you for your hospitality, dear friend," Vucic posted on his Instagram account "Buducnostsrbijeav" along with photos of him shaking hands with Putin, at the end of his visit to Moscow.
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