Commenting on the elections that will be held in northern Kosovo on Sunday 23 April, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that Sunday will be a difficult day for Kosovo Serbs and a “day of shame” for democracy.
Prime Minister Ana Brnabić also called Sunday a “black day for democracy”, saying Kosovo was violating the rights of Serbs in the country.
He called on Kosovo Serbs to remain calm, and Brnabić said, “Let Kosovo and international institutions celebrate Sunday as a symbol of democracy. We’ll see later.” He rated it.
Milan Radojević, the former mayor of North Mitrovica, one of the Serbian municipalities in Kosovo, confirmed that the Serbs would boycott the elections, and said, “For us, these elections do not exist. On that day, we will also be ready against provocations from Kosovo.” He said.
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