Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said today the next meeting between Belgrade and Pristina, organized by the French President Emmanuel Macron would most probably take place in September, Tanjug news agency reports.
“I believe that some sort of continuation of Berlin, Paris respectively, would take place in September,” Vucic told journalists, after he and his French counterpart met young people from the region.
He added it takes time to talk about some things. “I hate to shift the blame to the other side, let’s wait that major powers do their things, and then we will see what ours are”.
Vucic also said Macron understands the gravity of the problem when it comes to Kosovo and Metohija. “I have asked him to understand it cannot be resolved in the way everybody of us would like, it must be something in between,” Vucic said.
He added that every Serb and every Albanian understand that, but often “we play foolish” and belittling wishes and requests of the other side. “Compromise is not a weakness, but a strength,” Vucic said, noting he would always advocate for a true compromise and not for surrender and giving up.