Atlantic Council Official: Vucic will be Remembered by Resolving Kosovo Issue

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic was in a more favorable diplomatic position and he would be remembered as someone who had closed Kosovo chapter, Atlantic Council Executive Vice President Damon Wilson emphasized on Friday for Voice of America (VoA).

Wilson stressed that Vucic had understanding and determination, had been committed to reaching a treaty with Kosovo and he knew that it was important for him to close the Kosovo chapter, resolve the problem, in order to achieve a vision he had for Serbian people, and he would be remembered for it.