A demonstration was held in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, against the “Franco-German plan” which provides for better relations with Kosovo.
Far-right Serbs gathered in Belgrade have criticized the “Franco-German plan” endorsed by the USA and the European Union aimed at improving relations between Serbia and Kosovo.
It is noteworthy that the demonstration took place one day before the meeting to be held in Ohrid, North Macedonia, where Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti will discuss the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina between their two countries.
At the demonstration, in which Serbian flags were raised, the slogans “Don’t forget, protect and don’t give Serbia” were chanted, Vucic was asked to resign and early elections to be announced.
Banners were raised during the demonstration reading “Kosovo is the heart of Serbia” and “We do not give the Holy One” and slogans such as “Long live Putin” were chanted.
“I will not sign anything in Ohrid”
Speaking at a rally in Sremska Mitrovica in the Serbian region of Vojvodina, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated that he will travel to Ohrid to discuss normalization of his country’s relations with Kosovo.
Vucic, using the phrase “I will not sign anything in Ohrid”, said that they were not far from the outbreak of World War III, and that their duty was to protect Serbia.
Serbia considers Kosovo to be its territory
Serbia considers Kosovo, which unilaterally declared its independence in 2008, to be its territory.
Serbia and Kosovo, which clash periodically, are trying to find a common way to normalize relations, and eventually the two countries get to know each other, within the framework of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue process, which began in 2011 under the mediation of the European Union.
The European Union announced that the new meeting of the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo will be held on March 18 in Ohrid, North Macedonia.
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