And raised the comments of the Russian ambassador to Serbia Alexander Potsan-Harchenko that Serbia should not accept the Franco-German plan for Kosovo reaction.
The statement of the Russian ambassador in Belgrade, Harchenko, was considered by the opposition as interference in the state policy of Serbia.
Aleksander Oleinik, one of Vojvodina’s representatives in the Serbian parliament, stated that Harchenko should be deported, while Serbia’s former OSCE ambassador Branka Latinović said a diplomatic note should be sent to Moscow.
Harchenko urged Belgrade to reject the plan, saying that with the Franco-German plan, only the Albanians, and thus Washington, would have a say in Kosovo.
source: Balkan News
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