„I am proud of the fact that I am delegitimizing Kosovo’s statehood and I will continue to do so despite the European Parliament, in spite of the European Parliament and for the glory of Serbia,“ the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic said.
„I’m afraid that Mr. Kurti likes to talk to himself the most, but in that case – it’s a monologue. It is not a dialogue, so let him push what he wants to, let them do what they want, that’s their business. They thus only show us that they never wanted a dialogue,“ he said in Sabac today.
He brought the EP report on Kosovo with him, which was adopted yesterday – parts of which he quoted to the press: „According to the report of the European Parliament for Kosovo, which some in Serbia are invoking, they call for active regional cooperation and greater coordination of the exchange of information between the security services of the Republic of Kosovo and its European members.“
„Therefore, according to them, it is the Republic of Kosovo. According to them, it is a state,“ he stressed, adding: „When they speak to us about the morals and honesty of those people who voted for such reports, they should actually tell us what these people are asking of Serbia.“
Vucic then proceeded to quote another part of the report on Kosovo: „There are concerns over disinformation campaigns to delegitimize Kosovo’s statehood.“
„Are you wretches in Serbia referring to that assembly?! I am proud of the fact that I am delegitimizing Kosovo’s statehood and I will continue to do so despite the European Parliament, in spite of the European Parliament and for the glory of Serbia,“ the Serbian President emphasized, adding:
„And they can’t do anything to me. I will carry out this great European action to fight, except for the fight against organized crime and the fight against theft and the theft of property of Jewish people.“
Aleksandar Vucic had alleged on several occasions that the party of the Slovenian and European MP, Tanja Fajon had reportedly usurped the property of the wealthy Jewish family Moskovic in Ljubljana. The Serbian President also presented the same allegations today.
Two separate reports were adopted in Brussels yesterday, penned by the permanent rapporteur for Serbia, Vladimir Bilchik, and the rapporteur for Kosovo, Viola fon Cramon. The report for Serbia also included a request to shed light on current affairs, such as Jovanjica, Krusik, and Telekom, and criticism of the state of the media in Serbia.
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