Those are the following countries: São Tom and Prncipe, Surinam, Guinea-Bissau, Burundi, Liberia, Papua New Guinea, Lesotho, Commonwealth Dominica, Grenada, Union of Comoros, the Solomon Islands, Madagascar and Palau for which the Ministry submitted to the Radio Free Europe (RFE) copies of diplomatic notes in which they inform the Ministry on their decision.
Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic said this for Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti.
He thus reacted to the assertion of Kosovo Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli that he had "knowledge" of Belgrade "promising financial support and arms" to some smaller countries in return for revoking their recognition of Kosovo.
Patriarch Neofit said this for the news.bg website.
"When these details around the name of Macedonia have been clarified, the issue of the church will certainly be launched," Neofit said.
At the same time, he announced that the Bulgarian Church will discuss the autocephaly of the Ukrainian church and assessed that this is an important issue.
Vucic welcomed Remengesau outside the building of the General Secretariat of the president of the Republic in Belgrade on Monday.
Speaking about bilateral relations with Palau, Vucic noted that an agreement on friendship and cooperation, signed earlier in the day, was a foundation for development of cooperation in various areas.
Kosovo is on its agenda, Dacic told Prva TV.
He added that Equatorial Guinea would be chairing the session, expected to take place on February 7.
The foreign minister said that EU High Representative Federica Mogherini's view was that any solution for Kosovo had to be presented to the Security Council.