The Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic said that he will talk to everyone who comes on the upcoming summit of the Western Balkans in Sarajevo on the topic of the future of the region and promotion of cooperation.
“That’s why I’m going to Sarajevo. I’m not going to eat kebabs, but to talk to people about the future of the Western Balkans, and I believe that we will manage to do important things, to talk about road infrastructure and our communication in the future in which there should not be any surprises and negative things,” stated Vucic.
He noted that he intends to discuss the development of friendship in Sarajevo.
“I am planning to talk about better relations, and how to be a driving machine of the entire Europe, and not the problematic part of Europe,” said Vucic.
Vucic said that he will talk about the idea of forming a regional customs union, noting that this is a long-term idea that can not be completed “in three days or three months,” and in which everyone must participate because it’s formation could resolve a great part of the political problems in the region.
“These are important things for me and I’ll talk to whoever comes in Sarajevo. I am not interested in formalities – who is from a smaller country, who is coming from a smaller territory. We need to talk to everyone and see what we can make,” noted Vucic.
Vucic said that he will gladly talk with the Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama, although he has not confirmed his arrival yet, as well as Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa.
He said that he will be staying in Sarajevo already on the 15th of March when he will attend the dinner organized by the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH, Denis Zvizdic.