Vucic "investing 80 percent of his time to Kosovo issue"

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic invests more than 80 percent of his time in finding a compromise for Kosovo and Metohija.

Source: Tanjug

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said this on Thursday.

"At least two are needed for a compromise, but now there are several factors. People in Pristina said they have no foreign policy of their own, but consider the foreign policy of the United States to that," Brnabic said.

The prime minister said this was the reason why she pointed out that it was necessary to talk with US partners about what kind of a long-term compromise is needed, as well as with colleagues from Brussels who guarantee the Brussels agreement, which has not been implemented for more than five years.

When Brussels pressed Pristina to implement the Brussels agreement where it concerns ​​the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO), Pristina started to say that the ZSO is not important and that we will waste time.

"That can't go like that. You have a Serbia and a president who is making huge efforts and has courage to leave his comfort zone to show that Serbia is ready for a compromise," Brnabic said.

This was her response when asked whether she believes pressure on Belgrade regarding the Kosovo issue will grow, and whether the process would accelerate, given the accelerated process of resolving relations between Greece and Macedonia and Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Serb Republic.

However, the prime minister said that if "we do not have the other party that is responsible enough to implement what it signed, then other issues won't be discussed either."

Brnabic said that she believes increasingly difficult talks lie ahead, while the Brussels agreement is not being implemented.


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