The statements were also signed in the presence of US Presidential Special Envoy Richard Grenell and President of the Interim Government Institutions in Pristina Hashim Thaci.
Vucic emphasised that the signed statements are significant because of the freedom of movement, movement of goods, capital, services and people.
I am happy to see progress today, and I am grateful on behalf of Serbia to US President Donald Trump and Envoy Grenell, because we all feel that we will have a better future and that we will ensure peace for the next decades, the President of Serbia said.
He also thanked the US President and Ambassador Grenell for their great interest in the region.
On behalf of Belgrade, the statement of intent was signed by Director of the Office for Kosovo-Metohija Marko Djuric, and on the Pristina side by a representative of the Directorate for Railways.
The document was signed as part of the Munich Security Conference, while the Letter of Intent on renewal of air traffic between Belgrade and Pristina was signed with Lufthansa on 20 January in Berlin.