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MPs Adopt Report on Negotiations with Pristina

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Archive / News | 06.02.23 | access_time 08:15

Parliament of Serbia (BETAPHOTO/MILOS MISKOV)

Members of the Parliament of Serbia adopted on Feb. 3 a report on negotiations with Pristina’s provisional self-government institutions, supporting the report with 154 votes in favour, while 23 MPs voted “no” and nine abstained from voting.

The report was submitted to the Parliament by the Government of Serbia. It covers negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina from Sept. 1, 2022 to Jan. 15, 2023. The two-day debate in the Parliament was attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who said that Serbia would continue to discuss any and all proposals for Kosovo, even the worst, to avoid repeating bad experiences from the past.

The president said that extensive talks were ahead of Serbia, as well as a struggle for the establishment of the Community of Serb Municipalities. The session on Feb. 3 was without incident, unlike a day before, when opposition MPs left their seats and walked up to the speaker’s desk to complain that their right to reply was being denied to them.

Speaker Vladimir Orlic called this an "attack on the president of the country" after which government and opposition lawmakers began scuffling.

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