Vucic said in Paris last night that the initiative to remove barriers to the free movement of goods, services, capital and people between Serbia, North Macedonia and Albania is more significant than withdrawing Kosovo's recognition.
Vucic was asked to comment on Thaci's statement that he had passed on to Macron that Pristina was ready for a peace agreement with Belgrade, saying that he had heard it from him two or three years ago.
This is the opinion of the Director of the Center for Globalization, Dejan Miletic.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is meeting with Macron, from whom, as he announced, he will seek support for "mini-Schengen", as well as answer to the question of what the future of the region is when it comes to European integration.
Merkel commented on Emanuel Macron's statement that NATO was undergoing a "brain death."
"NATO remains the cornerstone of our security," Merkel said at a news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Berlin.
Stoltenberg also rejected Macron's description of NATO, Reuters reports.
Emmanuel Macron, the French President, has warned European countries that they can no longer rely on America to defend NATO allies.
"What we are currently experiencing is the brain death of NATO".
Europe stands on "the edge of a precipice", he says, and needs to start thinking of itself strategically as a geopolitical power.