Vučić "to discuss Kosovo army with Ashton"

First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić has said that he would discuss with EU's Catherine Ashton announcements from Priština that Kosovo would form its armed forces.

Source: Tanjug

"I will say everything we think to Catherine Ashton as soon as I see her. There are many things taking place that are not in line with the (Brussels) agreement," he told reporters on Wednesday.

Vučić also said "the state will do all it can to help Oliver Ivanović," who on Tuesday began a hunger strike


This means, Vučić explained, "telephone conversation with several important people in Europe."

"It is our job to protect our man who believes that not only his human rights, but also his safety is threatened," Vučić stressed.


"Serbia is too important to remain neutral"

Serbia is too important a factor in the Balkans to be conducting a neutral foreign policy, says President of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro Savo Kentera.

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