After meeting Prime Minister Albin Kurti in Ohrid, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he did not sign any documents, but he was glad they were able to come to an agreement.
“These few points that we have agreed on will be part of the framework for negotiations for both Belgrade and Pristina. There is still talk of missing persons, but it will depend on the implementation plan. Tonight the Albanian side will say that I have not signed anything. I said again that we have red lines “It wasn’t a fateful day,” he said, “but it was a long day.”
Vucic once again drew attention to the importance of establishing the Federation of Serb Municipalities in Kosovo.
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