VIENNA – Continuing dialogue, understanding and cooperation between the two largest nations in the Balkans – the Albanians and the Serbs – are more than two decades late, but even so, the moment when the dialogue finally starts should not be missed, the prime ministers of Serbia and Albania, Aleksandar Vucic and Edi Rama, respectively, said in a TV show filmed in Vienna on Thursday, at the end of the Western Balkans Summit.
The show, produced by the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe, will be broadcast in a few days on national televisions in all countries in the region: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, Serbia and Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Albania.
The Serbian prime minister said that he is interested in everything that is important for the future of the citizens of Serbia and the entire region, noting that he and his Albanian counterpart discussed a series of important topics – from politics to infrastructure, for the benefit of both nations.
Goran Svilanovic, secretary general of the Regional Cooperation Council, is also a guest in the 60-minute show.
The show will be aired by the Radio and Television of Serbia on August 31, and immediately after that by Tanjug News Agency.