Belgrade will not discuss anything with Pristina before the Brussels Agreement is implemented fully, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Thursday.
“If we don’t have a second side which is responsible enough to implement what they signed, I don’t see how we can talk about any other compromise. We won’t discuss other issues if we haven’t implemented the agreement which has the backing of Pristina and Brussels and all other partners,” Brnabic told reporters.
“A compromise requires at least two and at this moment unfortunately even more players because the people in Pristina said they have no foreign policy but that of the United States,” the prime minister said, adding that Serbia has to talk to partners in the US about the long-term compromise and with partners in Brussels because they guarantee the full implementation of the Brussels agreement.
“We’re talking about some solution but we have a solution which someone signed and which Pristina has not implemented and when Brussels pressured them they said the Community of Serb Muncipalities is not important. That’s not how things work,” Brnabic said.