Both Vucic and Thaci are in Paris, attending the Peace Forum. Vucic left the Forum's Panel on Multilateralism in order to speak with the French President, the newspaper further said.
Namely, Macron met with Vucic last night, with whom he spoke for more than an hour.
"Macron wants to see Vucic again, and then with Vucic and Thaci together", diplomatic sources told "Blic".
Vucic said in Paris last night that the initiative to remove barriers to the free movement of goods, services, capital and people between Serbia, North Macedonia and Albania is more significant than withdrawing Kosovo's recognition.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is in Paris, attending a dinner hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron.
The President of Serbia posted a photo on his Instagram profile after a tête-à-tête meeting with the French President.
"With the Armagnac from 1914, we ended a very good one-hour long conversation", Vucic wrote.
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The polling stations in Italy, Spain, France and Germany are open, over 7,000 persons already turning out to the polls abroad. A little after 13:00 hrs, over 7,000 Romanians have already voted on additional lists. This figure is supplemented by the approximately 25,200 votes by correspondence received, according to the portal of the Central Electoral Bureau.
On September 27, 2019, the Central Electoral Bureau took note of the 14 final candidacies and the electoral signs submitted by political parties, electoral alliances, citizens' organizations belonging to national minorities and independent candidates, and on September 28, the following ballot order was established by registration of the candidates: 1. Klaus- Werner Iohannis, 2.
Five of the six polling stations in Australia for the election of the President of Romania opened on Friday at 12:00 hrs local time (3:00 hrs Romanian time) in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide, followed by the Perth section.
Voting in the Diaspora has begun in New Zealand, the polling station in Auckland being the first one opened, out of the 835 set up for the presidential elections. As a first, this year Romanians abroad have three days to cast a vote at the ballot boxes.
Romanians abroad will have three days and 835 polling stations at their disposal to vote in the presidential election, starting this Friday. Thus, the polling stations abroad will be open between 12.00 pm and 9.00 pm on Friday, local time, and between 7.00 am and 9.00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, local time.