Vučić: We will announce tomorrow at noon, consultation with the Government underway
This morning, President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, spoke via video link with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, Edi Rama, and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Dimitar Kovaevski.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vui is being consulted with members of the Government and his closest associates about the decision on whether to go to Brussels or not.
In addition, the representatives of Macedonia are considering not going because of the treatment of the European Union towards them.
President Vui and the Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama want to show solidarity, so they will announce the decision tomorrow.
Before the final decision, Vui, Rama and Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitri Kovaevski will talk once again in order to reach agreement.
Vui stated on Instagram, on the account of "Buducnostsrbijeav", that the three leaders agreed that, after consultations with their governments and advisers, they would announce the decision tomorrow at noon on whether to attend this gathering. "I spoke with @ediramaal and @ dimitar.kovachevski this morning about the upcoming EU-Western Balkans summit in Brussels. We agreed that, after consultations with our governments and advisers, we will announce the decision tomorrow at noon on whether to attend this gathering. We also exchanged views on the future steps of our Open Balkans - Wine Fair initiative, which will bring together the best winemakers from the region, as well as the next meeting to discuss a number of issues of interest to our citizens and establish better connections", Vucic wrote on Instagram, posting a photo of the conversation.
"Ahead of the upcoming EU-Western Balkans summit, today we held an extraordinary meeting on the Open Balkans...