The president of the Freedom and Justice Party, Dragan Djilas, stated on March 16 that “the nation has to reach consensus on certain matters,” primarily on the issue of Kosovo, and that “the term ‘responsibility’ has to be introduced into politics instead of stories that please people.”
Commenting on the right-wing parties’ demand for the complete rejection of the French-German, i.e. the EU’s proposal for a path to the normalization of relations with Kosovo, in an interview to RTS, Djilas stated that this meant that these parties were “pro-war.”
The opposition leader stated that he discussed the proposal with the European Union’s envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina negotiations, Miroslav Lajcak, during the latter’s visit to Belgrade, and that Lajcak told him that “there is no agreement without the Community of Serb Municipalities.”
“I expect the Albanian side to be pressured into consenting,” Djilas stated, adding that what he witnessed during the meeting was “Lajcak’s obvious wish for Serbia to truly progress on the path to the EU” and that this progress was “the most important matter for the Freedom and Justice Party.”
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