UN Security Council

Vucic: New Brussels discussions with Kurti due in two to three days

LESKOVAC - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday he expected to go to Brussels in two or three days for another round of discussions with Pristina's PM Albin Kurti but that he could not elaborate on this.

Vucic was responding to questions from reporters during a visit to the Leskovac general hospital.

Brnabić at the UN Security Council on Kosovo: The man who shot Serbian boy is free

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic represents Serbia at a session of the United Nations Security Council at which the Report on the work of UNMIK will be examined today in New York.
The beginning of the session is scheduled for 15:00 local time in New York.

At the UN Security Council session on KiM, Serbia will be represented by Ana Brnabić

It is expected that the Special Representative and Head of UNMIK, Caroline Ziadeh, will present a report covering the period from March 19 to September 18 this year.
Serbia will be represented at the session by Prime Minister Ana Brnabi, while President of the Provisional Institutions Vjosa Osmani will speak on behalf of Pristina.

Vucic: We will see Western envoys' package on October 21

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday a "package" to be brought to Serbia by a group of five Western envoys by the end of this month would be revealed on October 21.

Asked by reporters if he expected additional pressure, Vucic responded that he did not know what the phrase meant as he faced pressure on a daily basis.