Kosovo prime minister Albin CortiAnd Serbia president Alexander VucicHe said he was not wanted in his country.
In a statement to local media, Kurti reminded that Serbia has a stronger ambassador and foreign network than Kosovo, and stated that the Kosovo government continues to work for the country’s independence to be recognized by other countries.
Stating that if Vucic wanted to visit Kosovo, he would not be allowed, Kurti said, “Men like Vucic, who questioned the Račka massacre and said it was a slander, are persona non grata in Kosovo.” He said.
Corti stressed that there is no such request from Vucic at the present time, and confirmed that the Serbian leader would not allow him to enter Kosovo under the current circumstances.
Referring to the five European Union countries that do not recognize Kosovo’s independence, Kurti added that they have not asked the aforementioned countries to recognize the newest country in Europe yet.
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