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Serbian Prime Minister: EU, U.S. Worried over Kosovo

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Archive / News | 04.09.23 | access_time 10:59

Ana Brnabic, Belgrade, February 11 2023 (BETAPHOTO/MILOS MISKOV/MO)

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Sept. 2 that it was "completely clear" to the European Union and U.S. that Kosovo Premier Albin Kurti was not honoring any agreements and that the Serb people in Kosovo and Metohija were in "an extremely difficult position."

"Even the German envoy for the Western Balkans and the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Manuel Sarrazin, said in July that the Serb people were suffering dearly in Kosovo and Metohija," Brnabic told Pink TV.

She said the number of people from the EU and U.S. concerned "over what will happen in the coming period" had increased noticeably. "I think they are fully aware that Albin Kurti will not only continue his provocations, but will raise them to a new level because his time is slowly running out. It is clear to everyone that he hasn't done anything and that nothing has come of the Brussels Agreement, he never mentions it," the prime minister said.

Asked about the Bled Strategic Forum, where she took part in a panel which included Kurti, Brnabic said it was "a horrible feeling to be sitting with someone who mistreats your people and doesn't honor any agreements," recalling that six Serbs had been killed in Kosovo and Metohija since the start of the year.

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