What's most important for Serbs is to respect their election will: Drecun on Pristina government
Drecun stressed that Albanian leaders' "games are already tiresome" and that the biggest problem is Albin Kurti and his Self-Determination Movement, who want two key positions - of the president and the prime minister in Pristina
President of the Serbian Assembly Committee on Kosovo Milovan Drecun says that Pristina is always waiting for the last moment to form a government after elections, and that the same is happening now - but that the most important thing for the Serb people is to respect their will expressed in elections, and that is for the Serb List to represents them in all institutions.
Drecun told TV Pink that Albanian leaders' "games are already tiresome" and that the biggest problem is Albin Kurti and his Self-Determination Movement, who want two key positions - of the president and the prime minister in Pristina.
"We are interested in the attitude towards the Serb people and their will, which was expressed in elections where they made it clear that exclusively the Serb List can represent the Serb people in all institutions. If Kurti, or his potential coalition partner don't respect that then the situation will be very bad and unacceptable to us," he said.
He added that such a situation would be unacceptable for the international community as well - for the second largest people in Kosovo and Metohija not to be represented in that new executive authority.
"Kurti is slowly realizing that he cannot do what he intended, to completely eliminate the Serb List and annul the electoral will of the Serb people. He is slowly coming to rational political behavior that he will have to make some deal with the Serb List," Drecun said.
He added that it will be interesting to see what the fate of Hashim Thaci will be and who will take over the dialogue with Belgrade. He said it would suit the international community for that role to be given to someone who is ready to immediately create conditions for the talks to continue.
"The United States would like the process to be accelerated and completed next year. To come up with a solution for Kosovo and Metohija, but a solution that will not dispute their key position, that Kosovo is some sort of a state. According to Americans, the self-proclaimed statehood of Kosovo cannot be disputed," says Drecun.
He stresses that in the last few years Serbia has been making progress in every way, while that the self-proclaimed state of Kosovo has been falling behind.
When it comes to the Little Schengen initiative Drecun says it marginalizes the Greater Albania project, while Serbia is thus making wise, bold moves that diminish the capacity of Albanian politicians.