Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated on June 16 that he hoped the delegation of Kosovo would behave more constructively in the next round of the dialogue with Serbia in Brussels, stressing that this would be important for both Belgrade and Pristina.
Vucic said during the news conference that the EU's high representative for foreign policy and security, Josep Borrell, and the EU's special representative for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, were exceptionally fair during the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue in Brussels on June 15.
The Serbian president announced that the session of the Serbian Parliament, to discuss the course of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, would be held on June 22. He added that all issues that are important for the situation in Kosovo and Metohija would be discussed then, "in meticulous detail and thoroughly."
Vucic stated on June 16 that the authorities in Pristina had not responded to the requests of the Serbian side to investigate several locations in Kosovo, where Serb civilians and soldiers who were killed during the conflict of the 1990s were buried. He added that the locations of 21 alleged mass graves with bodies of Kosovo Albanians have been investigated in the territory of central Serbia so far.