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The vice-president of the Bosnian National Council, Esad Dzudzo, told BIRN that the organisation that represents Bosniaks' interests in Serbia will use all legal means to push its proposal for eight schools in the country's southern Sandzak region to be renamed after prominent Bosniaks, despite opposition from state officials.
"We will not make any decision without you, none, and I am coming to Kosovo and Metohija in September, because I want to talk to all of you and tell you what will be new in the talks about the future of Kosovo and Metohija, to jointly plan, to jointly build and to live jointly," Vucic is quoted as saying.
According to a press release issued by the Foreign Ministry, Dacic and Chepurin spoke about further development of bilateral cooperation, and the upcoming visit to Serbia of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
They also discussed the visit of the Russian Foreign Ministry's spokesperson Maria Zakharova.