Just about everyone knows that there is more than one dimension to the name dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
There is the geopolitical tension between the West and Russia, but there is also the role of Turkey and its continued penetration in the Balkans - using religion as a way in - which should be of particular concern to Western powers.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Russia on Jan. 23 for talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in a bid to coordinate their actions after a decision by the United States to pullout its troops from the war-torn country.
According to Blic, this is the message of the ambassadors of those countries posted Belgrade, Thomas Schieb and Frederic Mondoloni.
In an interview with thenewspaper, Mondoloni noted that in previous years the Serbian authorities made visible efforts to invite and welcome leaders from the main partner countries.
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.