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Djuric to members of Bundestag: Kosovo and Metohija is not a colony, but a part of Serbia

He said that we fully accept the position of German officials that the issue of exchange of territory should not be considered, because, as he stated, the whole of Kosovo and Metohija according to UN Security Council Resolution 1244 and the Constitution of Serbia is an integral part of the Serbian state territory

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Marko Ðurić, direktor kacelarije za KiM

Foto: Tanjug/Dragan Kujundzic

Kosovo and Metohija is nobody's colony, as it was assessed during a discussion in the German parliament, but is instead an inalienable part of the territory of the Republic of Serbia, the director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Marko Djuric, said last night.

"We are grateful to the members of Bundestag for their interest in the situation in our southern province, and we are not ruling out the possibility that the National Assembly of Serbia will at some point open a debate on Schleswig-Holstein or some other German province," Djuric said in a statement.

He said that we fully accept the position of German officials that the issue of exchange of territory should not be considered, because, as he stated, the whole of Kosovo and Metohija according to UN Security Council Resolution 1244 and the Constitution of Serbia is an integral part of the Serbian state territory - as well as that discussion about solving the problems in our southern province can only be had while respecting this fact.

During a regular session of the German parliament, which discussed the extension of the KFOR mission in Kosovo, the representative of the Alternative for Germany, Anton Friesen, said the reason for the intervention in Kosovo began with lies about Serbian concentration camps and exhausted Albanians, something that did not happen.

Friesen believes that Berlin, instead of engaging in lies, "should work on an exchange of territory between Serbia and Kosovo, so that Serbs in northern Kosovo are protected within the Serbian state, while some unstable Albanian (inhabited) areas in southern Serbia would be stabilized by integration into Kosovo."

(Telegraf.rs/Tanjug)

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