Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic had a telephone conversation with US Deputy Assistant State Secretary Matthew Palmer, a statement from the president’s cabinet said on Monday.
Vucic and Palmer agreed to meet again in the next 10 days and this telephone conversation continues their recent meeting in New York, the statement said.
It added that the “open and concrete” conversation was about Kosovo, the regional situation and their next meeting in the next 10 days.
Vucic is quoted as saying that Serbia has continued advocating a real and sustainable compromise solution for Kosovo, the protection of the interests of the Kosovo Serbs and preservation of state and national interests.
They agreed that peace and stability in the Western Balkans is fundamentally important for the political and economic progress of the region.