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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on situation in Kosovo: Kurti has brought us to the very brink of war


Prime Minister Ana Brnabic was at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport this morning to see off the first flight between Belgrade and Tianjin

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Ana Brnabić portret

Photo: Tanjug/Sava Radovanovic

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, who was at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport this morning to see off the first flight between Belgrade and Tianjin, also spoke about the situation in Kosovo.

"Today you have a day like this, a beautiful day, something we have been working on for more than two years, (effectively) introducing direct flights by our carrier, Air Serbia, with Beijing. And you have a situation where someone in Pristina takes you back not to the 19th, but to the 18th century.

We have investors, jobs, more and more young people returning from the Diaspora, while someone is constantly taking you back to the 18th century. And I think that everything Kurti did is a danger not only for the Serbs, but for the Albanians, for the whole of Europe and that this is the politics of the 19th century," said Brnabic.

Kurti has brought us all to the very brink of war. He didn't do it alone, she stressed.

"You have KFOR and EULEX who are not doing their job. They are not protecting the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija. We now see violations of the Kumanovo and Brussels agreements on a daily basis. That's why we are very close to it, Vucic will give more information today, to request the return of our forces to Kosovo,"said Brnabic.

The Serbs' lives and livelihoods are under threat there, she pointed out.

"We have been brought to the brink of a conflicts. We have been brought there by an irresponsible individual. President Vucic spoke about it more than 10 times. That man, Kurti, brings some sort of instability every day. Just a spark is enough. I can't understand NATO, KFOR, nor EULEX, because in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, you don't have the rule of law or guaranteed basic human rights," she stressed.

We have the right and every intention to send a request for our troops to return there, she added.


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