US Senator John McCain will arrive in Belgrade for a meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

Vucic announced this during a news conference on Sunday, and said he and McCain will speak “about the position of Serbia and Kosovo.”

Vucic said he “assumed” that “relationship toward Serbia, that is, about what is part of Serbia’s foreign policy orientation” would also be discussed.

He stressed that bilateral cooperation would “certainly be spoken about – because McCain is an influential senator whose word has a lot of weight in the US.”

Kosovo will be also be one of the topics, Vucic said, but added that “it is not easy to talk now, after such statements made by Daut Haradinaj and Hashim Thaci, and the calls on Albanians in Macedonia to take matters into their own hands.”

Earlier, Daut Haradinaj said that if his brother Ramush Haradinaj was extradited to Serbia, “not a single Serb would remain in Kosovo.”

Vucic and McCain will meet at 13:00 hours CET in the Villa Mir in Belgrade, and will later speak to journalists.