UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will start a six-day tour of the Western Balkans on Friday.
He will visit all countries created after the breakup of the former Yugoslavia, with July 23 reserved for Serbia.
The UN head will first travel to Slovenia and then go on to Zagreb and Podgorica.
On July 23 in Belgrade, Ban will meet with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić, PM-Designate Ivica Dačić and incoming president of the UN General Assembly Vuk Jeremić.
The next day he will travel to Priština, where he is set to meet with representatives of UNMIK, international and regional organizations and the Kosovo authorities.