My regards to Mr. Carpenter
"We can discuss things that pertain to the economic progress, we have no problem with that, but we will not discuss the status until the fees are abolished. That is on hold, and we are waiting for the fees to be abolished", Vucic said when asked by Al Jazeera journalists in Munich, where he participates in the Munich Security Conference.
Vucic said it was ridiculous for him to talk about fees in the 21st century at all, because there must be free trade, stating that he expects the problem to be solved.
Asked if he would meet with representatives of the Pristina administration, Vucic recalled that Hashim Thaci had attended the signing of the railway document this morning and had seen some representatives of their delegation, but did not know if Albin Kurti would come to Munich in the afternoon.
"I don't know, you have to ask them. I'll be at the meeting at five o'clock," Vucic said. Asked what he expected from today's meetings, Vucic said that we should not expect too much.
"If we can lower the tension a bit, that is always good, and I think these are concrete steps. We will work on it quickly," Vucic said.
He said that a letter of intent was signed today about the railways and that it was important to open the rail line connecting Belgrade and Pristina, as well as the highway, after the fast-moving airline, as it was discussed six years ago with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Vucic also said that our side has done everything and that the first works on the road section through central Serbia will start in the autumn.
Asked how important the agreements and signed documents are, Vucic said that it is always better when talking than when there is no dialogue.
"Anything other than destabilization is good. All our heads...