Serbian first deputy PM meets northern Kosovo councilors

Aleksandar Vučić told councilors of Serb municipalities in northern Kosovo and Metohija that the Brussels agreement “means painful and difficult things.”

The meeting with councilors Serb municipalities in northern Kosovo in Mitrovica lasted more than four hours on Sunday and was held in Kosovska Mitrovica.

Vučić said that there was no defense of Kosovo and Metohija and Serbs in the province other than that in which Serbia, Moscow, Brussels and Washington are included.

Serbia did not and will not recognize Kosovo’s independence, directly or indirectly, stressed he, and urged councilors to consider the consequences of not accepting the Brussels agreement.

“I’m not going to lie to you that it will be easy,” Vučić said, adding that he did not hear “much reality” from councilors other than statements of patriotism. “It is always better to negotiate with anyone. Negotiate with Albanians rather than go to war,” he said.

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