Serbian President met with his Croatian, Montenegrin and Macedonian counterparts in Belgrade

Serbian President Boris Tadić will hold separate meetings with his Croatian, Montenegrin and Macedonian counterparts in Belgrade on Thursday.

The meetings will be held ahead of the 9th UNESCO summit of Southeast European heads of state.

Tadić will host the summit dubbed “Modern Art, Reconciliation in Southeast Europe” at the Viminacium archeological site near the eastern Serbian town of Kostolac on September 2.

Eight heads of state of Southeast European countries, UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova, EU Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou and Council of Europe Director General of Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni are expected to attend the summit.

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