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Prime Minister: Kosovo Serbs’ Decision Defense of International Law

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Archive / News | 07.11.22 | access_time 08:16


Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Nov. 5 that the decision of Kosovo Serbs' representatives to leave the interim institutions of local government in Pristina was a defense of international law and the Brussels Agreement.

"This is a message from our people in Kosovo and Metohija that they only want peace, that they believe in the rule of law and believe in all those partners in the international community who participated in achieving various agreements in the last few years," the prime minister said in a press release.

She also said that the comparisons that Pristina was making with Ukraine and Donbas "are inappropriate and nonsensical." "Every year, the number of attacks on Serbs has increased. Their property is being illegally seized. The rare returning Serbs undergo the most brutal mistreatment and are again expelled, innocent people are arrested and convicted contrary to the Brussels Agreement. All they want to see is the implementation of the agreements that were signed and nothing more," she stressed.

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Nov. 5 that the "moment is delicate" because Pristina's efforts "to demean and mistreat the Serb people in Kosovo and Metohija have crossed every line," while Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Belgrade would not give up on the responsible policy of peace and stability.

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