Ahead of talks, PM "not happy about violation of agreements"

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic says that "Belgrade is going to Brussels to continue dialogue with Pristina in good faith," and hopes for solutions.

Source: Beta
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According to the Beta agency, Vucic was, however, noted that "not everything depends only on Belgrade."

"We are going to Brussels in good faith, we hope for solutions, but whether they will happen does not always depend on us," Vucic told journalists in Ruma, RTS has been quoted as reporting.

He added that "compromises are necessary during negotiations, but the other side must also understand that."

"I'm not happy about the fact they have violated all agreements, even those that we reached a week ago, not to discuss individual agreements in public," said Vucic.

He added that he was "disappointed that no decision was made on the establishment of a special court for crimes committed by the KLA."

Vucic will be joined in today's EU-facilitated negotiations with Pristina by Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and head of the Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija Marko Djuric.

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