Obrad Savic targets the next generation with a message about breaking accepted Balkan stereotypes.
Despite Russian and Serbian opposition, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon said Friday the UN would gradually cede its role.
The document, signed Sunday, is seen as key to stability. But many issues remain unresolved.
'I feel nothing bad about Albanians,' he says. 'A man should be judged by his soul, not his nationality.'
A symptom of Westernization: Serbs read and write as well with the Latin alphabet.
Serbia, 2007 winner thanks to Balkan bloc, hosts Saturday's final.
The victory of his pro-EU party Sunday defied the Western view of Serbs as unwilling to let go of historical grievances. Now, a peaceful future seems possible.
The Democratic Party received 39 percent of the vote to Radicals' 29 percent. But coalition-building maneuvers mean the shape of the next government is still unclear.