On May 27 Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told French Ambassador to Serbia Jean-Louis Falconi that he accepted an invitation from Brussels to attend the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, adding that "there is always a readiness to find a compromise," but that "a lot of strength and energy is needed to reach one" and that the Serbian delegation "will look after state and national interests."
A statement from Vucic's office says that, in addition to the dialogue, Falconi and he discussed bilateral relations, the progress that Serbia had made on its European path and the situation in the region.
Vucic stressed the importance of cooperating with France to Serbia, politically and economically, and said that he was happy with the attention that French President Emmanuel Macron was paying to relations between the two countries.
At the meeting, which was attended by ministers Sinisa Mali and Nebojsa Stefanovic, the officials discussed further improving cooperation especially in the area of infrastructure and defense i.e. military-technical cooperation.