Serbia jealously guards its military neutrality –

Serbia jealously guards its military neutrality –
Serbia jealously guards its military neutrality –

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, met today with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and after the meeting stated that the talks were good and useful. They discussed all important issues related to the relations between Serbia and NATO, as well as the security of the Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohija, said Vučić.

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, said after the meeting with Jens Stoltenberg that in the future we will try to have the best possible communication with NATO, as well as that he informed Stoltenberg that in the last year, 13 percent of Serbs left northern Kosovo due to harassment and pressure from the Pristina regime.

– I think today’s meeting was good and important for Serbia. I heard the not easy words of Secretary General Stoltenberg about our position, and he heard honestly what Serbia was thinking.

I want to thank him for always being able to tell him what I think, to ask for support and help.

We will have to improve our relations with NATO, to try to regain lost trust, but we will still jealously guard our military neutrality – said Vučić.

The President of Serbia pointed out that only Serbs have been attacked since 2001, and especially since Aljbin Kurti was in power, due to enormous pressure, arrests, harassment and threats from the Pristina regime.

Vučić also stated that the international community will move the goals and raise the bar for Serbia, because they are only interested in when Belgrade will recognize Kosovo.

He added that he would be grateful if NATO could help protect the Serbs.

Any cooperation with KFOR is fine, but as far as politics is concerned, it is another pair of sleeves and there is no such luck for us, at least not in the short period of time that is ahead of us, said Vučić.

– We want an even greater presence of KFOR and NATO soldiers, we have no problem with that, but we have a problem with the political interpretation that comes from many countries from the west, which is that they like Resolution 1244 when it talks about NATO’s mandate , but they don’t like it when he talks about the territorial integrity of Serbia.

But we Serbs and the citizens of Serbia have to get used to those double standards and live with that – said Vučić.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said today that the establishment of the Union of Serbian Municipalities is the key to the normalization of relations between Belgrade and Pristina.

At a joint conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, he called on Belgrade and Pristina to continue the dialogue because, he pointed out, that is the only way to peace.

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