Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Oct. 27 that at a session of the National Security Council "the French-German plan" on solving relations between Serbia and Kosovo was reviewed.
"We are ready to talks and continue negotiations, but there are things that we cannot accept, we have acquainted the highest state officials with this plan, but I do not want to get into the details," he told reporters.
Asked what the consequences would be for Serbia if negotiations on the "French-German proposal" for Kosovo did not happen, Vucic replied that he had been informed of the consequences. "Our position is such that are manuvering space is limited in microns, we have been forced into a corner on purpose, not by arguments or by law," Vucic said.
He added that next week Kosovo was expected to be admitted into the Council of Europe, which could last for up to a year, but that "it is clear what the outcome will be."
He stressed that Serbia's had on its side the U.N. Charter and U.N. resolutions, international public law and "talks, negotiations and a wish to come to a compromise."