Serbian President Vucic said that he does not expect the tension between Kosovo and Serbia to turn into war, and that he hopes that all difficulties will be overcome.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, He did evaluations for an AA reporter in Davos, Switzerland, where he had come to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Referring to the tension between Serbia and Kosovo in the region recently, Vucic said, “I hope we can maintain stability and peace in the region.” He said.
Noting that they have different views with some countries participating in the WEF on this issue, Vucic said that while it is necessary to always comply with and respect the UN agreement and the UN resolution, when discussing the territorial integrity of Serbia and Serbia, the issue was not done. Take it from this side.
Vucic said: “If that happens, who will take the UN Charter and its decision seriously? But we will do our best to maintain stability and peace (in the Balkans). (In Kosovo and Serbia tension) I don’t expect war to break out. I hope we can overcome all difficulties.” “. He said.
“I always talk with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on various issues, and I am ready to discuss this issue (the tension between Kosovo and Serbia) and other issues with him.” Vucic said they see Erdoğan as a true friend of Serbia, although they have different positions regarding Kosovo’s independence.
Vucic also said that they are ready to discuss the tension with Kosovo, to find out how they will overcome difficult times and to find out what (President Erdogan)’s contribution to that can be.
Noting that they have very good relations with Turkey, Vucic stated that they will continue to work together in many different areas to develop relations further.
Vucic stated that they have expressed their desire to cooperate more closely with Turkey on the military-technical level. Vucic stated that he is confident that he will have a great relationship with Turkey once the Kosovo issue and some other issues are resolved.
President Vucic also stated that it was unacceptable for them to sell Bayraktar TB2s to both Serbia and Kosovo and said, “We also want to buy many different military equipment from Turkey, in addition to Bayraktar 2.” answered.
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 scope of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue process initiated in 2011 with the mediation of the European Union.
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