Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has ruled out recognition of Kosovo's independence, despite external pressure
Serbia will never recognize the independence of Kosovo, the latest events that occurred in the north of the self-proclaimed republic only confirmed this. This statement was made by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
The Serbian leader held a press conference on the incident in northern Kosovo and Metohija, where several Serbs were killed during a clash with Kosovo Albanian special forces. Vučić blamed international forces for the incident and stressed that Serbia will never recognize Kosovo’s independence, despite external pressure.
- Vucic emphasized.
According to reports, during the clash with the Kosovo police, three Serbs were killed, two were seriously injured, and the fate of another person is in doubt. According to Vucic, although he does not support the murder of a policeman, the so-called authorities of Kosovo and Metohija have brought the Serbian population to open clashes. And all this with the full support of the West, which opposes any Serb initiative.
- added the Serbian president.
Let us recall that the day before, the police of the self-proclaimed Kosovo reported a blockade of a group of 30 armed men in the area of the Banska Orthodox monastery in the north of the republic. Clashes occurred throughout the day; by the evening the situation had stabilized; the Kosovo authorities announced the liquidation of three and the detention of five more “attackers.” There is no information about where the other 22 people went.
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