BRUSSELS – European Council President Donald Tusk will visit Belgrade and meet with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade on Friday, according to the European Council website.

An earlier release from his office stated that Tusk would travel to Vienna, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Skopje, Athens and Istanbul to continue building a common European consensus on how to handle the migration crisis and to prepare for the summit with Turkey on March 7 and the European Council on March 17-18.

Belgrade was added as part of the trip later.

Tusk, who is currently in Greece, will next travel to Ankara and Istanbul, and Belgrade will be his last stop before the meeting of the EU heads of state or government with Turkey and the meeting of the members of the European Council.