Suzana Vasiljevic, the media advisor to Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic, told the Belgrade PRV TV on Wednesday the country's decision to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was not final and that "we haven't signed anything since that provision was not on our paper, it is on Pristina's paper."
"The moving of the embassy is not a final decision. The next steps will be discussed, but all that depends on Israeli's moves," Vasiljevic said.
She added the reactions to the moving of the embassy were mostly positive and that Serbia did not receive "any serious complaints," announcing Vucic would speak about that in the next period.
Vasiljevic also said that "the signed agreement is in fact' statement of intent', but is a binding document. There are no negative sides in the agreement; it's most beneficial for Serbia and the Western Balkan region."
She added the US President Donald Trump's special envoy for the Belgrade – Pristina dialogue on the normalisation of relations Richard Grenell might come to Serbia after September 20.
Vasiljevic confirmed that Adam Boehler,Chief Executive Officer of the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) would come to Belgrade and "perhaps Grenell and the topics would be the formation of the Community of Serb Municipalities (in Kosovo) and the economic obligations."