Prime Ministers of Serbia
The ceremony is attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Bulgarian Prime Minister Bojko Borisov, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, as well as representatives of the governments of the two countries, foreign creditors and companies that took part in the road works on this section.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Borisov addressed the public first.
"It's very emotional to be on this stage after all these people who liberated Belgrade and the films about the heroism of the liberators of Belgrade. 75 years have passed, and we know that this victory was won by those who sit here with us or are no longer with us. Therefore, this victory and the memory of it is of utmost importance. The memory of those who forged this victory.
"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.
Almost two decades seem to have eaten all the ties that the October 5th spirit has barely held on to, in recent years. The day before this year's October 5th, there were no announcements, no reminders, not even statements by the former main actors of Milosevic's downfall.
The head of Serbian diplomacy said Macron stressed that he would actively engage in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue as soon as the Kosovo parliamentary elections are over.
As KoSSev reports, he said that Serbia requested 950 square kilometers of Kosovo territory.
"Serbia asked for 950 square kilometers. Precisely. But the issue of division is not on the table any more, as things moved forward. Vucic is still advocating partition, they are doing their job," Haradinaj said.