Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said, “All I can say is that I did my best to protect Serbia, which is where I will stay at least for a while.” He said.
Vucic, who met in the capital Belgrade with the European Union’s Special Representative to the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Miroslav Lajcak and high-level representatives of the USA, Germany, France and Italy, made a statement to the press after the meeting.
Vucic stated that the meeting was “the hardest meeting ever” and said, “We had an open and serious meeting. We agree that a ‘frozen conflict’ is not a solution because it is only a matter of time before someone solves it and ‘irresponsible people’ disrupt peace in the West.” the entire Balkans. He said.
Stating that he had spoken to the representatives about resolving the problems between Kosovo and his country and the need to create a federation of Serbian municipalities, Vucic said, “I have expressed our willingness to accept the concept (proposed to us) and work on implementing the proposed agreement, and I have expressed all my concerns and reservations on another important issue.” I cannot speak because the show is not open to the public.” He said.
Noting that there were “no easy days” ahead for his country, Vucic said, “All I can say is that I did my best to protect Serbia, where I will stay at least for a while.” Use the phrase.
The President of Serbia stated that he would meet with members of the government and parliament regarding the proposal and agreement submitted to him regarding northern Kosovo.
Lajcak also emphasized that Vucic took a responsible approach and said: “We had an intense and difficult but at the same time open meeting. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic showed the will to take difficult decisions for the sake of peace in his country and for the European perspective of his country.” He rated it.
Kosovo and Serbia negotiations
The European Union calls on Kosovo and Serbia to reach a final agreement that can resolve issues between the two countries to make progress in the process of integration into the Union.
Finally, the two sides negotiate what is commonly known as the Franco-German Plan, with the support of the United States and all members of the European Union.
According to the plan, which was leaked to the media, Kosovo should allow the creation of a Federation of Serb Municipalities in municipalities in the country where most Serbs live.
Serbia is required to respect Kosovo’s territorial integrity and allow it to join international organizations.
Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, stated that the plan, which he described as “a good basis for negotiations”, was rejected by Serbia.
EU officials hope negotiations on the Franco-German plan will be completed in the spring.
Serbia considers Kosovo, which unilaterally declared its independence in 2008, to be its territory.
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