He said that this procedure has been established in order to prevent conflicts and more serious consequences.
Vucic said that he asked Stoltenberg not to reduce the KFOR mission in Kosovo and Metohija (KiM), "as it is the only protection for the Serb people."
According to a press release, during the visit Stoltenberg will meet with President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Ana Brnabic.
On October 8, Stoltenberg will join Vucic for the opening ceremony of the civil emergency exercise "Srbija 2018", co-organized by the NATO Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Center (EADRCC) and the Serbian Ministry of Interior, NATO said.
After his talks with the head of the Russian state on Tuesday, Vucic said that Putin had asked his aides to set a date for his visit to Serbia.
This means that Putin will definitely visit Serbia, Vucic said.
"If Putin had just said, 'I'll come', that would not mean that the visit would necessarily be realized," Vucic explained.
Serbian President said that he will ask Vladimir Putin for Russia's "concrete political support" during his meeting in Moscow on Tuesday.
"I believe we will receive it from President Putin as we had in the previous period," Vucic told the media when asked if Kosovo will be on the agenda of the meeting, Vucic's Serbian Progressive Party said on its website.