BELGRADE – The Serbian government will on Tuesday hold a session at which the country’s top officials are expected to take a position on the actions Serbia will take regarding the Trepca mining complex and the agreement on telecommunications with Pristina.

The session is scheduled for 11 am, after which Vucic will hold a press conference and speak about a project of electronic registration of new-born babies, a government statement said.

The statement did not specify the agenda of the government session, but Belgrade media have reported that it had been postponed from Monday due to Vucic’s consultations ahead of a decision on the steps to be taken regarding Trepca and the telecommunications agreement.