LONDON – Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will pay an official visit to Serbia as part of their tour of the Western Balkans in March.
According to a release posted on the website of the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles and the Dutchess of Cornwall will undertake official visits to Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia (including Kosovo).
It will be Prince Charles’ eight visit to the region and Camilla’s first.
The Prince of Wales paid his first official visit to Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) in October 1978.
Since 1993, he visited BiH four times, Croatia three times and Macedonia once. Prince Charles paid a visit to Kosovo in 1999.