"I expect nothing from people setting cookies on fire"

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic says she doesn't expect Kosovo courts to deal with war crimes cases they have taken over from EULEX in a serious manner.

Source: Tanjug
(Tanjug/Serbian Government, file)
(Tanjug/Serbian Government, file)

Speaking in Belgrade on Monday, Brnabic said that political leaders in Pristina are preventing Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija from achieving their basic human rights.

"I expect nothing good to come out of that decision. People who don't allow basic human rights, freedom of the media, who are setting cookies on fire on an ethnic basis - I really can't believe nor expect that they will deal with the crimes of the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) in the most serious ways - the crimes committed not only against Serbs and other non-Albanians, but also against Albanians," she said.

The prime minister added that freedom of the media has been completely taken away from Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, because they have not had the right to receive newspapers in Serbian from central Serbia since November 21.


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