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Vučić, Tusk discuss possible solutions to migrant crisis

Donald Tusk and Aleksandar Vučić

TANJUG_maliBELGRADE – Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić met with European Council President Donald Tusk in Belgrade Friday to discuss the migrant crisis and possible solutions to it.
During the meeting, it was pointed out that one could expect changes in Europe’s current migrant policy taking place soon, the Serbian government’s media relations office said in a release.

Vučić said that Serbia would respect any comprehensive, joint conclusions should they be reached at the forthcoming EU Summit.

Tusk said earlier today that he could see the first signs of a European consensus in resolving the migrant crisis showing, adding that an agreement coming from it would make it possible to stop the influx of migrants.

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