"We're ready for dialogue, but not for rotten compromises"

Serbia is always ready for dialogue, but not for surrendering its property, Marko Djuric said in Brussels on Thursday.

Source: Tanjug
(Tanjug, file)
(Tanjug, file)

The head of the Serbian Government's Office for Kosovo and Metohija spoke to reporters after yet another round of the technical talks with Pristina in Brussels, adding that Belgrade "will not make disastrous concessions and rotten compromises at the expense of its own people."

Earlier in the day Djuric met with representatives of EU's 28 member states and institutions in the Serbian Mission to the EU.

On that occasion the Serbian official presented his country's position regarding the Trepca mining basin in Kosovo and Pristina's law on strategic investments, but also about the manner in which Serb representatives are being treated in the Kosovo institutions.

"Our policy remains one of negotiations, but it will never be one of burying our head in the sand, making groundless concessions and rotten compromises at the expense of the Serb people," Djuric said.

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