Kurz in Belgrade with message of encouragement to reforms
VIENNA - Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz will visit Belgrade on Wednesday with, as announced, a message of encouragement for the continuation of the reform process.
Kurz will have separate meetings with Serbia's President Tomislav Nikolic, First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, and Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkic.
He will also attend the presentation of the Serbian Economic Senate, local office of the Austrian Economic Senate, which is chaired by the former vice-chancellor of Austria Erhard Busek.
The Austrian foreign minister is scheduled to visit Pristina on Thursday, where he will confer with Kosovo's Prime Minister Hasim Taci and Foreign Minister Enver Hodzaj.
During his stay in Pristina, Kurz will also visit members of the Austrian KFOR contingent and meet with the Bishop of Raska-Prizren Teodosije.
Photo Tanjug, I. Antic (archive, illustration)