Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has announced that he will only visit Brussels for tourism purposes until the Union of Serbian Municipalities (ZSO), a provision of the EU-brokered Brussels Agreement, is established to normalize relations with Kosovo.
While attending the opening of a hotel in Kursumlia, Vucic answered EU High Representative Josep Borrell, who had invited him and Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti to Brussels to implement the Franco-German proposal.
He never escaped from the agreement, Vucic said, “If they expect me to put the provision for the creation of the ZSO in the background, they shouldn’t call me there. Until the ZSO is created, I only go to Brussels for tourist purposes.” He said.
Criticizing Kurti’s remarks, pointing out that Serbia has not established a federation like ZSO for the country’s minorities, Vucic said that this is complete nonsense.
Pointing out that Kurti tried to equate Kosovo with the Serbian state and constitutional order, the Serbian leader said that the reason for the dialogue between the two countries was the difference between Kosovo and Serbia.
Kosovar Prime Minister Kurti announced that he accepted the Franco-German proposal after meeting with EU Special Representative for Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue Miroslav Lajcak.
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