Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in Brussels, on Sept. 6 that he had had a good meeting with Miroslav Lajcak, the European Union's special envoy to the Belgrade-Pristina dialog, and U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Palmer, and stressed that he believed that the talks in Brussels would produce results.
According to the Serbian Broadcasting Corporation, Vucic said all important topics were covered, and that the official dialog between Belgrade and Pristina would resume on Sept. 7.
Vucic stressed that three topics were key in the resumed dialog: missing persons, displaced persons and the economy, based on some of what was discussed in Washington. He said he had no trouble boasting to EU representatives about the Washington agreement and coming acceleration of the flow of goods, capital and people.
"How to use it, and how to improve relations, and not see each other as enemies, but work for the benefit of the people, Serbs and Albanians. Brussels is running the Belgrade and Pristina talks, we are on the European path and we trust our European collocutors," said Vucic, who arrived in Brussels on Sept. 6 for an official two-day visit.