According to the press service of the President of Serbia, he will be received by Pope Francis and will meet with the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin.
"I am going to the Vatican to meet the Pope and to beg them not to recognize Kosovo," Vucic told reporters in Belgrade recently.
State Secretary Maria Magdalena Grigore stressed on Thursday at the ministerial conference dedicated to the promotion of religious freedom organized by the US State Department, the fact that Romania will always be a supporter and promoter of religious freedom, as well as of the spirit of tolerance, the Foreign Ministry (MAE) informs.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is on a visit to Italy. He will talk with the president and prime minister of the country and will be accepted by an audience from Pope Francis.
Local authorities and police closed roads and large areas in the center of Rome before Vladimir Putin's visit. The access of cars to the central part of the Italian capital is forbidden.
President Klaus Iohannis has extended greetings to all those who met Pope Francis in Romania, showing that they gave an example of understanding and solidarity, and thanks the authorities that contributed to the success of Pope Francis' apostolic visit to Romania.
Pope Francis on Sunday said after three days spent in Romania that he leaves "enriched" because he will take with him places, moments and especially faces of those he met. "I arrived to this beautiful and welcoming country as pilgrim and brother, to life various meetings. Now I'm going back home enriched, taking with me places and moments, and especially faces.