Vucic: More details concerning Kosovo and Metohija issue tomorrow, no way forward without establishing ZSO
We can't even negotiate about the (replacing of Serbian) license plates. There certainly won't be any progress there - said Vucic
President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic was replying to journalists today when he said that he will speak in much more detail and more precisely about Kosovo and Metohija on Saturday, but that it comes to "trying to behave rationally and reasonably in every way, upholding as much as possible in difficult circumstances national interests and peace and stability, and guaranteeing safety and security to Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija."
Speaking about his meetings with Miroslav Lajcak and Gabriel Escobar, Vucic said that they asked for the (Brussels) agreement from 2011 to be respected, while he told them that Serbia is ready to respect everything it has signed, regardless of which government signed it, but that they cannot force Serbia to implement something that is not written in those agreements.
Vucic added that he talked with them about the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO) for two hours and added that without the ZSO it will not be possible to move forward at all.
"They say you signed freedom of movement and equality in relations (provisions) but that refers to transit countries, not to Serbs from Kosovo... You cannot stop a Serb from Kosovo who has Serbian documents, you cannot tell them that they cannot go to central Serbia with Serbian documents, and have no right of movement," said Vucic.
"We can't even negotiate about the (replacing of Serbian) license plates. There certainly won't be any progress there," said Vucic.
The president added that he will have further consultations this afternoon with Lajcak and Escobar, the EU and US envoys.
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