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Vucic: Belgrade, Pristina to Continue Talks in May

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Archive / News | 08.03.21 | access_time 09:36


Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on March 6 that the normalization of talks between Belgrade and Pristina was supposed to continue early in May, but that "the entire Western hemisphere" expected Serbia to accept Kosovo's independence.

"I just want to say that we will protect our national interests and safeguard everything that wasn't lost because of an irresponsible policy in the past," Vucic said, adding that Serbia would insist "louder and clearer" than before that the Brussels agreement be fully implemented and that the Community of Serb Municipalities be put in place.

The president said that the Serbian National Security Council had discussed issues that, if not burning, certainly posed a challenge to Serbia.

Vucic added that immunization was discussed as well, including fake news about the vaccine rollout in Serbia, warning that this was a major economic issue as well, as one day of lockdown cost Serbia USD190 million.

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