The Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Emilia Rexipe, warned that problems in Kosovo could spill over into Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and said, “The Republic of Serbia is looking forward to the emergence of such a situation.” He said.
Speaking to Sarajevo-based Hayat TV about the tension in the north of the country, Rexipe said: “As the government, we stand in solidarity with the Serb people in northern Kosovo in every aspect and will do our best to bring peace to this part of the country. Our policemen Serbia It is found at police stations and border crossings, not in places claimed by the government.
Rexhepi, who stated that the Serbian administration used derogatory terms as well as statements that it was “pro-peace” and said: “First, the problem was with the license plates, we postponed it. Then the problem was the local elections, we postponed it. The Serbian government has no arguments left to say that the problem is It’s us.”I think the Serbs should act smart after everything that happened in the 1990s,” he said.
Rixby stressed that the Franco-German offer made by the European Union is unacceptable for Serbia, because Belgrade still does not accept Kosovo as an independent state, “Kosovo’s airspace is protected by NATO and the Kosovo Force, and I don’t think that the Serb administration will oppose such forces. Positions like this affect We all have to because we focus on solving other problems such as fighting corruption, systemic reforms and improving living standards. Serbs live in the south of the country and we have no problems with them. In the north of the country, something has been constantly happening for the past 20 years. “I think we will restore the situation to nature soon.”
Warning that the problems in the north of the country could spread to Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the western Balkans, Rixby said they would do their best to bring peace to the north of the country.
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