"Tough days for Serbia": Vucic announces trip to Brussels, continuation of dialogue next week
I am going to Brussels as soon as on Monday, we will have meetings, the dialogue will happen on Tuesday," said the president of Serbia
President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic says that "these are not easy days for Serbia" but that no one will surrender.
He announced that he would travel to Brussels next week, where the dialogue with Pristina will continue under the auspices of the European Union.
"I am going to Brussels as soon as on Monday, we will have meetings, the dialogue will happen on Tuesday, I have always admired, in a sporting sense, when they threaten to defeat someone, and when the game starts, things go differently. I don't care what they are saying. If you think you are going to get what you want, you are traveling in vain.
The security of our citizens in Kosovo and Metohija is the most important thing, it is not up to them to decide which path Serbia will choose, we won't allow bigger powers to interfere, let alone them (Pristina). Serbia is an independent sovereign state. I expect an even larger number of companies to arrive in Serbia. We are going to Brussels to be responsible," said Vucic.
"Will that be easy - it won't. That is clear, they are going there to get recognition (of Kosovo). But, we will fight," said the president of Serbia.
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