In the interview with the correspondents in Berlin, Merkel pointed out that Germany has great interest for European integration of "Serbia and Kosovo", to make progress on this road, but, as she stressed, in order to do that, it is necessary to restore Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.
In an interview for KTV, he said that "statements of the leaders of political parties, their positions, even different from those in public and in closed meetings," make Kosovo "seem inferior to Serbia."
According to him, Serbia is doing everything to enfeeble Kosovo, while local Kosovo leaders do the same on their part.
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, welcomed 1 new, highly efficient Airbus A320 in Bulgaria and launched 6 new routes from Varna. The new destinations from the sea capital are Berlin, Cologne, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Liverpool and Paris, with the first flights from Varna to Copenhagen, Hamburg and Berlin.
Life in Bulgaria became slightly cheaper since the beginning of this year, according to the specialized thematic ranking of the digital platform NUMBEO.
It is prepared every six months, according to data from site visitors and it is about rental prices, store products and prices in restaurants in the country and city, according to the "24-hours" newspaper.
The good-bye greeting of the two leaders was sincere, as was the welcome of the high guest from Paris.
Vucic escorted Macron to the plane with red carpet and lined Serbian Army Guard.
The fact that Serbian President had in person escorted his French counterpart speaks in itself of the significance of this visit and the good talks conducted in Belgrade.
According to him, the things cannot be solved if no one wants to give up anything.
"I asked for understanding that it cannot be resolved as we all would like to be resolved, but that it has to be something in between," Vucic said.
After meeting his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic, Macron said he would invite delegations from both countries to Paris, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, "Euronews" reports.
French President Emmanuel Macron told a joint press conference held in Belgrade on Monday with his Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vucic, that Serbia cannot join the European club until the EU has been reformed.
"The EU with 28 members is even now not functioning and cannot be expanded without reforming itself," Macron said.
French television "France 24" states that Belgrade-Pristina relations will be among main issues for discussion.
This broadcaster reminds of the fact that this is the first visit of the French President to Serbia after Jacques Chirac's stay in the Balkan region back in 2001.
Bucharest, July 14 /Agerpres/ - The Romania-France Season ends on Sunday in the Carol Park, where events for children, concerts and finally a pyrotechnic show will take place, Michele Ramis, Ambassador of France in Bucharest, has announced. On this occasion, stalls with culinary demonstrations, children's events and street art there will be organized in the Carol Park.