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Petkovic from Brussels: The other side does not want to negotiate, Kurti does not want a solution VIDEO

Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Petar Petković, spoke from Brussels after another round of talks within the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina.

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Petkovic from Brussels: The other side does not want to negotiate, Kurti does not want a solution VIDEO


"The other side does not want to negotiate and does not want to find a solution about the dinar," said Petkovic. He added that these are the fifth talks and that there is still no solution for the situation in Kosovo and Metohija.

"Another round of talks in Brussels has been completed, where Belgrade did everything to find a solution regarding Pristina's violent decision to cancel the Serbian dinar and payment transactions in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija. This is the fifth meeting in a row. We came out with a constructive proposal and that proposal was evaluated by Lajčak as constructive," Petković stated at the beginning of his address.

He said that Prishtina and Albin Kurti do not want a solution and do not want to reach an agreement.

"You come out with one proposal, Pristina is not satisfied and it doesn't suit it. You come out with another proposal, it doesn't suit Pristina again," he points out.

"Now let all those who voted for it ask themselves how it is possible that today Pristina rejected all the proposals concerning human rights, receiving pensions, salaries, that people can be deprived of some of the most basic things. No, it cannot, if it's Belgrade, Serbia, what can be done? If the Serbs are expelled, arrested," Petković added.

He added that there will be a new round of dialogue next week and that Serbia will show constructiveness again.

"We will show again that we are constructive, and tomorrow, upon my return to Belgrade, I will schedule a meeting with Quint countries. When you attend campaigns of lies every day, it doesn't matter what it is, the only thing that matters is that Serbia and president Vučić are attacked over and over again. They lied that we kept people in the buses for 13 hours without water. They say that the agreement on freedom of movement was violated. So, in what way? They have the right to move freely as we agreed and what was determined in the dialogue?", Petković pointed out.

In Brussels, where talks continued today as part of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, a meeting was held with the delegation of Belgrade, led by the director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Peter Petković, including financial experts, with the special representative of the European Union for the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Miroslav Lajčak, and his team.


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