Selakovic after new round of dialogue: We encountered a "wall," no agreement with Pristina
Belgrade has essentially accepted everything proposed, but Pristina is not interested in the gist of things, said Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic
Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic said on Tuesday in Brussels, after a new round of dialogue, that our side encountered Pristina's "wall" and that it was not possible to agree on anything with their representatives.
"I remember negotiations eight years ago, so I can confirm what the president said, that I have never attended a meeting like this, which means that you had a wall set up by Pristina representatives who did not want any agreement," Selakovic told Tanjug.
According to him, Pristina's stance was to undermine everything, not to take into account anything that was negotiated and agreed on before Albin Kurti and his party came to power. He added that Belgrade essentially accepted everything proposed, but Pristina is not interested in the gist of things.
"(EU foreign policy chief) Borrell tried to ask them several times - which agreement is unacceptable to you, what do you want to renegotiate? That was never said, because they will not say - this is unacceptable to us," said Selakovic.
Regarding the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO) they say that it is not a community for Serbs but against Kosovo, Selakovic added.
Also, they quoted a decision of the Constitutional Court of so-called Kosovo, then they referred to a decision of the International Court of Justice, and the like.
"You simply cannot agree on anything with those people. Vucic asked them not to do anything that could cause instability, and they pretended not to hear that. When Borrell and Lajcak repeated it, they launched into a crazy story that Serbs want to serve liturgies in Milosevic's churches...," said Selakovic.
In that sense, he stressed that the meeting was extremely difficult, demanding and tense, and that it takes wisdom and thick skin to defend interests and have the attitude that Vucic had, Selakovic said.
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