Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Feb. 2 that the purpose of a parliament session that he was attending was not to transfer the blame to the parliament and citizens but openly say what the challenges that lay before Serbia were and what citizens can expect.
"I came here out of a sense of duty to say what is happening and the citizens can gauge the consequences of our actions and what it is that we are fighting for," Vucic told MPs. He added that "there will be time to make decisions" referring to the Franco-German plan for Kosovo as well as that he could not reveal the entire plan but that he would disclose "all of what is worst for Serbia."
The Serbian president said that the questions surrounding Kosovo were more than 600 years old, that there were no right answers and that no one knew "whether myth became reality or whether reality made the myth," or "where the way out is."
He said that as of Feb. 24 and Russia's attack on Ukraine "Pristina has begun a general political offensive in association with some Western partners for changing the situation on the ground." He recalled that
Western diplomats brought the Franco-German plan for Kosovo to Belgrade on Jan. 20 and added that "90 percent" of what had been publicized about the plan was true.
The session on Kosovo is scheduled to last several days, according to announcements.
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