Aleksandar Vucic, Serbia's President, said on Wednesday he still did not know what would be on the Washington June 27 meeting between the Belgrade and Pristina delegations, but added his country would know how to preserve its state and national interests, the Beta news agency reported.
"I don't expect any spectacular things. I expect rational talks. Serbia is small to dictate anything to the White House, but is big enough to say what its interests are and that it has to protect them," Vucic told reporters while touring preparations for road construction.
Commenting on Kosovo's Prime Minister Avdulah Hoti statement that Pristina demands the recognition of independence, Vucic says that if Kosovo delegation comes with that platform, "it's better for them not to come."