Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic told reporters in Belgrade on Wednesday that the first issues in the negotiations with Pristina on the normalization of relations in Brussels on Thursday would include the problem with missing and internally displaced people from Kosovo during the 1998-1999 war there and its aftermath, the FoNet news agency reported.
"We are ready; I see the Albanians are as well, according to their media. We'll fight," he said at the construction site of 'Dedinje 2' cardiovascular hospital.
Regarding his talks on forming a new government, Vucic said he had "correct dialogue with the Albanians (on Tuesday), as well as with Muamer Zukorilic's list and the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians on Wednesday.
He added he listened to their wishes and suggestion and would meet them in the next ten days and inform them who he would be his choice for the next prime minister.
Asked about the rise in the number of people infected with the coronavirus, Vucic blamed the anti-government rallies in Belgrade and the northern city of Novi Sad, adding those "unnecessary protests now show effects."
He denied his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) held any big gathering during the election campaign, saying "some other parties did."
He also said that neither a soccer derby with the 20,000-strong audience nor the SNS victory celebration and June 21 general elections and other events caused a serious increase in the epidemic cases.