Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated on Sept. 21, after the session of the Council for National Security, that Belgrade would demand that Brussels promptly declared whether the Brussels agreement still existed in the legal realm, or if that was no longer the case, and also when the Community of Serb Municipalities would be formed.
"Within the next month, we will demand an answer to that question and their possible silence will be a clear signal that the agreement does not exist and that they don't want that to be accepted," Vucic stated.
Vucic described the statements coming from the international community about the equal blame of Belgrade and Pristina, as inappropriate, and added that Serbia would always be ready for dialogue, but would not accept the policy of accomplished facts and criminal operations.
He said he rejected the European Union's proposal that was presented as a compromise solution, because accepting it would have humiliated Serbia. "We also discussed the situation in Kosovo and Metohija after the criminal operation of the Pristina regime and their sixth incursion into the north of Kosovo and Metohija, with armored vehicles and assault weapons, coupled with the harassment of the local population. We reached the conclusion that Serbia would continue to insist on the preservation of peace and stability and full security for the Serb population in Kosovo," he stated.