1. Various of Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic (right) and Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka (left) walking by Honour Guard
2. Various of Vucic and Sobotka during meeting
3. Vucic and Sobotka arriving at news conference
4. SOUNDBITE (Czech) Bohuslav Sobotka, Czech Prime Minister:
"We have offered experts from the Czech Republic, experts that are dealing with the migrant crisis. We have also offered financial help of 10 million korunas (417,000 US dollars). We are in a position to offer that now to Serbia and the Serbian government."
6. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian Prime Minister:
"Since the beginning of the year, 115-thousand migrants had passed through Serbia (on their way toward the EU). At the moment, on four different locations we have 7,800 people (migrants). We try as much as we can, and what is in our power to help these people."
8. SOUNDBITE (Czech) Bohuslav Sobotka, Czech Prime Minister:
"There will be an extraordinary meeting (of the Visegrad Group) because we want to coordinate our steps within the European Union. Regarding the solution to the migrant crisis, we want to preserve Schengen rules and to preserve the Schengen area. We do not want, as the Czech Republic, to see the collapse of the Schengen zone under the pressure of the migrants crisis. And we really want to seek realistic solutions in order to stabilize the situation in the countries of origin of migrants, where they come from."
10. SOUNDBITE (Czech) Bohuslav Sobotka, Czech Prime Minister:
"The Czech Republic wants to participate in all debates on how to solve the crisis, but we also insist that there should be a common European solution. We are convinced that Europe should cooperate and should react quickly and more efficiently and should deal not only with the situation within the EU but it should also deal with what is happening outside EU's borders."