Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic assessed on June 2 that he would not be requested to recognize Kosovo at the meeting in Brussels, and added that he should not be invited to that meeting at all it that was the plan.
After the talks with the leaders of Republika Srpska (RS), Vucic said he did not think he would be requested to recognize Kosovo at the meeting with international officials and Kosovo Premier Albin Kurti, and that "the people need not worry."
"If he (Kurti) says that he does not want to discuss the Community of Serb Municipalities, and that we should recognize Kosovo, then he need not come at all. If they expect me to do that, then they need not invite me, either," he said, adding that the response of Belgrade would be "very strong and resolute" regarding the non-fulfilling of the legal contracts signed in Brussels.
The Serbian president also stated that, as of June 3, all citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina can get the vaccine against the coronavirus in the territory of Serbia, free of charge. "We have enough vaccines for the entire region, and I am inviting all the people in the region to take the vaccine in Serbia," Vucic stated.