Aleksandar Vucic, the President of Serbia, said on Thursday that he was in favour of the boundary with the Albanians, but could not speak about the details from the Belgrade – Pristina dialogue because “that will reveal Serbia’s agenda in the negotiations.”
“I push for that (the boundary with Albanians), and that’s my policy. To have a territory treated differently, without a clear idea what belongs to whom, that is always a source of potential conflicts,” Vucic told reporters, speaking in the north of Serbia during the ceremony of opening a new factory.
He added that an agreement between Belgrade and Pristina would not be simplified but a comprehensive package.
However, he did not comment on calls from Pristina and Serbia’s ethnic Albanian population for the secession of the country’s southern region of Presevo Valley and its incorporation into Kosovo’s territory.
Vucic denied an opposition leader’s statement that he would call a Kosovo referendum coupled with early elections for November 4.
“Please, remember November 4. Referendum? On what? Elections? Why? That all comes from (intelligence services) CIA, BIA, MIA. You listen to that stupidities every they from those hard-luck guys who do not know what to do with themselves,” the president said.