The good-bye greeting of the two leaders was sincere, as was the welcome of the high guest from Paris.
Vucic escorted Macron to the plane with red carpet and lined Serbian Army Guard.
The fact that Serbian President had in person escorted his French counterpart speaks in itself of the significance of this visit and the good talks conducted in Belgrade.
Besides Vucic and Macron, Blic reports that the dinner was attended by numerous Macron's associates, as well as some of the ministers in the Serbian Government.
This will lead to changes in the traffic regime in certain parts of Belgrade.
This afternoon, traffic in Belgrade will be temporarily suspended on the highway, towards Belgrade, and all access roads, as well as in Knez Milos Street and in the city's central streets, the police informed.
The law will come to force eight days from the publication in the Official Gazette. Serbia's Parliament also adopted today the Law on constructing highway E-761, more precisely, road section Pojate-Preljina, 110 kilometers long.
Heavy rain in Belgrade in the last few days has left many streets in the city under water. Many pavements, driveways and parking lots are submerged and in some places water has entered buildings.
On Sunday evening even the main highway was under water. Mayor Zoran Radojicic blamed this on malfunctions in two pumping stations. Due to the floods, traffic in Belgrade remains difficult.
The official launch of direct Belgrade-Cairo flights was on Thursday attended by Serbian Deputy PM and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic, Egyptian Ambassador to Belgrade Amr Aljowaily and Air Serbia CEO Duncan Naysmith, the Egyptian embassy in Belgrade said in a statement.
According to the government, they discussed projects that the Serbian government is implementing with this Chinese company, which successfully operates in 157 countries of the world.