When reporters asked about his relationship with Vucic "considering there was talk about a chill after the RS referendum," Dodik termed this as "speculation."
"Neither yourselves, nor many others thinking about it need worry. And it's more that those who talk about it publicly want it to happen, than it being true," he said.
Dodik noted that his meeting with Vucic today was not their first in the wake of the September RD Day referendum, that they have already met in Belgrade once since, and that they speak on the phone "almost every day."
"Serbia should give its trust to this government and continue with the project of long-term stabilization. I think Serbia is on the right path," Dodik also said.
When reporters asked whether the meeting touched on the Serbian presidential elections, to be held next spring, and considering that he "does not hide his support for current President Tomislav Nikolic" - the RS leader said that would support the candidate of the SNS - Serbia's ruling party led by Vucic.
He also stressed that the presidential elections in this country are "Serbia's affair."
"This government brought a new momentum and a new dimension, while the fact some in Serbia don't see it that way... Serbia has regained and strengthened its international position and stabilized its public finances," said the RS president, stressing that "one can see this even from Banja Luka" - and that the current government in Serbia "has the full support" of the Serb entity.
"The RS will always be on the side of whomever citizens of Serbia elect, while I have a right to express my own opinion," Dodik said, concluding that the RS enjoys "best possible" relations with Serbia.