Serbian President met with NATO commander

Serbian President Boris Tadić met with NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe Admiral James Stavridis on Thursday.

They discussed Serbia’s activities within the Partnership for Peace program and cooperation with KFOR in preserving peace and security in Kosovo.

A statement after the meeting said that “Tadić feels that the Kosovo Serbs are still the most endangered people in the entire Europe, which is why KFOR has to continue protecting them, their monasteries and churches, regardless of the decision to reduce the number of its soldiers in the province”.

Tadić stated that the so-called northern Kosovo reintegration plan is a threat to stability throughout the region, the president’s press service announced.

The meeting in Belgrade was also attended by Defense Minister Dragan Šutanovac and VS CoGS Lt. Gen. Miloje Miletić.

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