"Serbia offers to hold a publicly announced meeting of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump in Belgrade," the minister said.
Dacic added that Belgrade is ready to "host a meeting that is important for the whole world."
"Serbia as a militarily neutral state has a needed potential in terms of foreign policy capabilities to receive presidents of Russia and the United States," the minister said.
On Tuesday, Putin and Trump agreed in a phone conversation that there was a need for a meeting to discuss the issues on the bilateral agenda.
In October and November 2017, Belgrade served as a neutral platform for Russian-US talks, as Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov and US Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker discussed the situation in Ukraine there.