Dacic calls on Serbs to vote in Kosovo elections

Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic called on Serbs on Thursday to vote in the repeated local elections in Kosovo at three polling stations in Kosovska Mitrovica.

Dacic called on Serbs to vote in the repeated elections on November 17 and assume a serious stand because this matter bears relevance for the survival of Serbs.

Addressing reporters after a conference in Belgrade, Dačić called on Serbs to vote in the elections not for the sake of the Serbian government but because the elections are relevant for their fate and survival, and said that “Serbia cannot defend more than this.”

“Unless the Serbs vote in the elections, their mayor will be an ethnic Albanian. Good luck to them,” Dacic was quoted as saying.

According to him, the elections do not constitute a status issue but a matter of survival.

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