Vucic: Serbia Refuses to Surrender Sovereignty Over Kosovo

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that his country would not give up in the case of Kosovo, which declared its unilateral secession, and did not recognize the independence of the province.

Vučić told Serbian TV Happy on Thursday that “people should know that it would never occur to me to sign Serbia’s surrender.”

He continued, “No one has to tell me what the plan is. I know him better than they do, and there is no one in the country who knows him better than me. I’ve been in 300 rounds of negotiations, which is more than anyone else in general, and I know all the details.”

He added: “There will be no surrender or retreat. And I have clearly assured them… that Serbia will not agree or remain silent on the accession of the so-called Kosovo to the United Nations and will not recognize it in any way. “

It is noteworthy that on February 27, Serbia and the authorities of Kosovo held in Brussels, mediated by the European Union, a round of negotiations on a European-American settlement plan.

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said he intends to discuss a settlement plan with Vučić on March 18 in North Macedonia.

Prior to that, on March 13 and 14, after talks in Pristina with the leadership of Kosovo in Belgrade, on March 13 and 14, the visit of European Special Representative Miroslav Lajcak is scheduled.

Source: News

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