Vucic in Tirana with Rama, Orban, and Macron on important topics
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic spoke on the sidelines of the EU-Western Balkans Summit in Tirana with French President Emmanuel Macron and Albanian and Hungarian Prime Ministers Edi Rama and Viktor Orban.
Vucic stated on his Instagram profile "buducnostsrbijeav" that he spoke with Rama and Orban about the "Open Balkan" initiative, joint plans and projects, global trends, and the development of the situation in the region.
"I talked with my friend Edi Rama about the Open Balkan initiative and our common issues," Vucic said.
He also discussed the development of the situation in the region with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
"An excellent conversation with my friend Viktor Orban about joint plans and projects, global trends, and the development of the situation in the region, with an agreement to meet again as soon as possible," Vucic stated.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic also met with French President Emmanuel Macron, with whom he exchanged opinions on current global issues, but also on connecting the Western Balkans with the EU and Serbia's European path.
"A cordial meeting with Emmanuel Macron, with whom I exchanged opinions on current global issues, but also on the connection of the Western Balkans with the EU and the European path of our country. We also discussed regional stability, and I reiterated Serbia's consistent commitment to preserving peace and dialogue, as the only way for solving all issues," Vucic said.