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Serb List vice president: Vucic will strongly insist on ZSO in Brussels

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He stressed that the struggle must continue with legal and political means and that all open political issues should be resolved through dialogue

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Igor Simić


The vice-president of the Serb List, Igor Simic, said today that he believes that the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO) will be the topic of discussion in Brussels on Monday, because the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, will be at the table.

He told RTS that Vucic will strongly defend that and insist on it as an obligation previously accepted by Pristina.

He stressed that they believed that the EU, which is the guarantor of that agreement, would do everything to implement what had been signed.

"After 10 years, there is really little belief that the EU will succeed in getting Kurti to sign in this way, with some ambivalent announcements and anemic statements," said Simic and added that the prime minister of the provisional institutions is now saying, even in the presence of EU representatives, that he will not form the ZSO.

Asked why Kurti is going to Brussels in the first place and who is the one who can put pressure on him to form the ZSO, Simic said that the fact is that without the Western centers of power, nothing happens in Kosovo and Metohija.

"Above all, I am thinking of the US, the Quint countries - they are the ones who created independent Kosovo, they are the ones who still decide on all these things today. So Kurti's 'no' is not merely Kurti's 'no', there is strong support behind it and that is why the negotiating space of our negotiating team is extremely narrow and difficult," said Simic.

He added that the struggle must continue with legal and political means and that all open political issues should be resolved through dialogue.

Speaking about who the countries that still support Kurti in rejecting the formation of the ZSO are, Simic said that they are individual countries that are members of the Quint (Quint is comprised of the US, France, Italy, Germany, and the UK).

When it comes to Washington, he said that in conversations with their representatives very often, despite the differences in positions, they come across as having a certain amount of understanding for the problems of the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija.

Simic also pointed out that Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija live in ever more difficult conditions regarding personal, property and legal insecurity.

"They live in conditions of personal, property and legal insecurity, in conditions where Albin Kurti uses institutions to implement institutional violence with the aim of expelling Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija - translated, if there are no Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, then what is the point of negotiations," said Simic.


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