The former Kosovo assembly deputy speaker, Petar Miletic, on Oct. 20 told BETA that a Community/Association of Serb Municipalities would not be formed for two reasons – because Pristina did not want it and because over the past six years, Belgrade had not demonstrated interest in its formation.
Miletic said that the first six out of 15 items of the initial agreement on the principles defining the normalization of relations, formally titled the Brussels Agreement, defined the formation of the Community/Association of Serb Municipalities.
“Therefore, it can be said that the formation of this Community makes the essence of that agreement, signed on April 19, 2013. Then Serbian premiers of Serbia and Kosovo, Ivica Dacic and Hashim Thaci respectively, agreed under the mediation of EU High Representative Catherine Ashton that a Community would be formed after the elections that were scheduled for November 2013,” Miletic recalled.
“All have somewhat contributed to non-implementation of the agreement, both, Kosovo and Serbia, and also those who were the guarantors of the agreement, which is the EU,” he said.