“Serbia’s President is satisfied with the current US administration “remaining open and ready to discuss all suggestions so the chance can be taken in reaching a compromise” over the Kosovo issue, he told US Congressman Ted Poe on Saturday.
Poe is the Co-Chair of the Congressional Serbian Caucus in the US. He has “supported the stance that Belgrade and Pristina must be given space and time to reach a mutual agreement,” Aleksandar Vucic’s office said.”(N1)
“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accepted Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s invitation to visit Serbia, the president’s cabinet said on Friday.
A statement issued after their meeting in the Bulgarian city of Varna said that Vucic and Netanyahu discussed bilateral relations, economic cooperation and global security challenges.
‘We are satisfied with our cooperation in all areas,’ the Serbian president is quoted as saying. He added that there is room to expand trade and increase Israeli investments. The statement said that trade between Serbia and Israel stood at 55.5 million Dollars this year between January and September.” (N1)
“Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Greece are to consider a bid to co-host the 2030 soccer World Cup.
The initiative was announced at a meeting on November 2 in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Varna by the prime ministers of Bulgaria, Greece, and Romania and the president of Serbia.” (RFE/RL)