"I am absolutely sure that after several days of careful monitoring of the "poisoning" affair in Pristina, you must now have a conclusion as to what exactly occurred.
Medvedev comes to one-day visit to Serbia, to mark the 75th anniversary of the capital's liberation in the World War II.
According to "Vecernje Novosti", in addition to more than 5,000 Serbian police officers and members of the secret services, additional number of about 30 Russian security guards would keep an eye on the Russian Prime Minister.
His host during this one-day visit will be the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic, it has been noted.
Media reported earlier that Medvedev comes to Belgrade on the occasion of marking 75th anniversary since the liberation of Belgrade in the World War II, as well as that he will address MPs on the Special Assembly of the Serbian Parliament.
Former President of the European Council and Belgian Prime Minister, who will participate in a panel entitled "EU and Serbia: a common destiny?" on Tuesday in Belgrade along with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, points out that it is obvious to him that Belgium, the EU and Serbia share a common destiny, which is why the EU remains resolutely committed to encouraging Serbia on its European pa
The ruling parties in China and Serbia on Monday pledged to forge ever-closer links, as a Chinese Communist Party delegation in Belgrade met Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Ana Brnabic.
Both sides hailed the strong relations between the two countries but also between the two ruling parties - the Chinese Communist Party and Serbian Progressive Party, SNS.
"No one is offering us a division, no one is offering us anything. They will not give us anything," Vucic told reporters in Kovin, when asked whether he got guarantess from the US President's Envoy Richard Grenell that tariffs would be abolished and that Serbia should be asked for something in return, and whether there was any words on the partition.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the three members of the Bosnian tripartite presidency attended a ceremony on Tuesday in Sremska Raca in north-west Serbia to mark the official start of construction work on the highway that will link Belgrade and Sarajevo.