Today, Serbia’s Foreign Minister, Ivica Dačić said that Serbia’s decision to withdraw its staff from the embassy in Macedonia actually sends a message to Skopje that Serbia “knows what they were preparing and what they agreed upon”.

According to Dačić, it is not something one does to friends, but that, nevertheless, Serbia wants good relations with all countries in the region for peace and stability.

“Serbia wants to calm the new situation with Macedonia, which is not based on assumptions, but on unambiguous established facts that speak of an enforced offensive action towards Serbia,” said Dačić on the morning program on Pink Television.

Serbia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs announced that Serbian President, Aleksandar Vučić will talk to the Macedonian Prime Minister, Zoran Zaev on Tuesday, and that he will be in touch with his counterpart, Foreign Minister, Nikola Dimitrov, but that Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić will have the opportunity to meet Zaev at an international gathering in the upcoming days.