Aleksandar Vucic, Serbia's President, start on Tuesday first consultations about forming a new government with the representatives of the "Albanian Democratic Alternative – United Valley" and the leader of its election list Shaip Kamberi, the FoNet news agency reported.
Earlier, the Bosniak minority Party of Democratic Action (SDA) from the southwestern Sandzak region refused to take part in talks with Vucic saying the June 21 elections were irregular.
The coalition of Albanian parties demanded a post of minister of local administration, a state secretary in the Education. MInistry, an assistant minister of economy, and the head of Government's Coordinating Body for three municipalities with an ethnic Albanian majority.
After the talks, Kamberi said they passed their demands to Vucic in writing and following his answer, they would decide to whether or not take part in a government.
He added they had been sending those demands to Serbia's governments for years.
"Particularly regarding the integration of the Albanians in the institutions, the problems in education, not recognition of diplomas from Kosovo, economically underdeveloped municipalities. We ask the state to do something about that," Kamberi said.
Vucic said he carefully listened to all objections and added he was ready to help in different ways to the developments of Serbia's south.
The President promised his answers to the Albanians in the next two weeks.
He continues the consultationson Wednesday.