Vučić warned the ambassadors of the Quint countries: "It's high time..." PHOTO
President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, met with the ambassadors of the Quint countries.Source: Tanjug
The meeting is with representatives of the United States of America, Great Britain, France, Italy and Germany, as well as the head of the European Union delegation.
Minister of Defense Miloš Vučević, along with the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces, Milan Mojsilović, will attend the meeting.
Vučić wrote on his Instagram profile "buducnostsrbijeav" that he had discussed with the ambassadors of the Quint countries the conflicts in Kosovo and Metohija, as well as that he drew their attention to the fact that Pristina's unilateral moves are moving away from peace.
"I discussed the current events in Kosovo and Metohija with the ambassadors of the Quint countries and pointed out that Prishtina's unilateral moves lead to violence against the Serbian community, which distances us from lasting peace and stability in the region. Urgent withdrawal of fake mayors and members of the so-called special police forces of Pristina is a condition for preserving peace in Kosovo," Vučić said.
Last night, President Vučić called on the international community to reason with the prime minister of the temporary institutions of Pristina, Albin Kurti, but not with meaningless announcements after which they give him visa liberalization and membership in the Council of Europe without forming the CSM.
"Once again, I call on the countries of the Quint to reason their child, because that child can cause such a mess as no one else has caused. That is why I plead on them to do it, because Serbs and Serbia want peace and we are not asking for anything more than that", said Vučić.
President Vučić said that it is high time that a part of the international community finally reacts sharply, clearly and unambiguously to the policies of the Pristina institutions and to protect the Serbs from increasingly strong pressures and brutal violence that is carried out in full view of all mechanisms, whose role, among other things, is to protect the community.
The President expressed regret for the injured KFOR soldiers, but pointed out that a much larger number of Serbs were injured, that firearms and great physical force were used against them, even though they offered non-violent resistance from the start. President Vučić added that in the current situation the preservation of peace is of key importance, but also that the most important thing is the safety of the Serbian community in Kosovo and Metohija, as well as that in this sense he expects the Quint countries, which have the greatest influence on Pristina, to urgently adopt and implement certain measures that would guarantee the safety of Serbs in Kosovo, which is a prerequisite for any further discussion with representatives of temporary institutions in Pristina.
Quint ambassadors and the head of the EU delegation in Serbia expressed concern about the escalation of violence and attacks on KFOR soldiers. They requested a return to dialogue in order to find a political way out of the situation.