And these officials will be "mostly from the West," writes the newspaper Blic.
The daily recalls that Vucic "announced in the past days that he does not expect good news" - but was "preparing specially for the ten-day talks."
According to the article, Vucic will try to find a new way to "resolve the conflict with Kosovo" during these meetings.
The newspaper cited an unnamed source to report that it is certain Mali will not remain in his current position, and that the government reshuffle is expected to take place at the same time as the Belgrade City Assembly vote to elect a new mayor.
According to this, Mali could replace either the current minister of economy, Dusan Vujovic, or Agriculture Minister Goran Knezevic.
The daily Blic writes this on Tuesday, and adds that the priest, whose initials are S.M., has been detained, while the police are investigating "whether this is linked with a previous case of drug trafficking that involved M.J., a priest from Pozega."
M.J. and Z.M., a religion teacher, were arrested in late February for trafficking 27 kilograms of skunk.
The mayor will be elected by the new City Assembly, that the voters in Belgrade chose on March 4.
Serbian President and SNS leader Aleksandar Vucic, whose ticket won 44.99 percent of the vote, said on Monday that the mayor will be known "in about 50 days."
In the meantime, the media speculate about who might take this "hot seat."
According to media reports, the accident happened when a BMW passenger car directly collided with a bus.
Blic and another Belgrade-based daily. Vecernje Novosti, said that two men and a woman, who were traveling in the car, all died.
Three bus passengers suffered light injuries. The scene was being investigated this morning.