In Davos on Jan. 18, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic fiercely criticized the latest report of the European Parliament, saying that those who adopt such documents were "insolent and unscrupulous" because of their double standards regarding secessionism.
Commenting on the report about the implementation of the common foreign and security policy for 2022, which the European parliament adopted on Jan. 18, Vucic told the Serbian media that these were "incredible conclusions," expressing embitterment over the parts about Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Vucic also said that the Serbian state helm would address the public "not later than Jan. 23, to announce what is expected from Serbia regarding Kosovo and the imposing of sanctions against Russia."
Vucic met on Jan. 18 with the EU's special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Lajcak, who is to visit Pristina and Belgrade on Jan. 20, also met with Kosovo Premier Albin Kurti in Davos on Jan. 18.
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