Aleksandar Vuiqi është addressed the Serbian nation through the media today about the continuation of the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia.
The Serbian president said that Serbia is not in favor of a frozen conflict when it comes to Kosovo and that he wants to “not leave problems to the descendants”.
“The dialogue will continue in a very short period of time.
It is a matter of days.
“Serbia will respond to the invitation and will be ready to discuss a compromise solution, but not humiliation,” he said in a speech to the nation.
The head of the Serbian state also expressed readiness to submit a report to the Serbian Parliament on the dialogue with Kosovo before or after its continuation in Brussels, Telegrafi reports.
Vuiqiiq stressed that Serbia is committed to resolving the fate of persons missing from Kosovo, but he also expects the Albanian side to engage in this issue.
“Our idea is… Tell (Albanians) where you think there are nuts, we will dig that place.
“We are asking the same from them,” Vucic added.
Asked what is being offered to Serbia after a meeting with US Representative Matthew Palmer and EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Miroslav Lajcak, he said: “They know what they can talk about with the representatives of Serbia.
And what are their desires, that is another matter.
Palmer defends the idea of recognizing Kosovo, I have nothing to complain about.
Ours is to fight.
What will happen on June 8 (the decision in The Hague for Ratko Mladic) or in Brussels is not easy.
“You know that the great powers will not change their decision to recognize Kosovo’s independence.”
We recall that the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti has warned that the meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in a few weeks will not be for the old dialogue, but a discussion on the format of talks for the future.
“The mid-June meeting that has been announced is not planned to continue the old or older dialogue.
But it is a discussion of the format of future talks.
“So, it is not a meeting of the next dialogue, but a meeting for the next dialogue”, he said.
Meanwhile, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and US Special Envoy for the Western Balkans Matthew Palmer has said that Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic may sign an agreement this year to normalize relations between the two States./Telegraph/