As the presiding country of the UN Security Council, Equatorial Guinea has placed Kosovo on the session agenda which is due to be held on February 7, Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said.
"Equatorial Guinea is standing fast heroically. They’ve placed Kosovo on the agenda, even though the US and UK fiercely opposed this move. In further talks, they will see if they will seek a vote," Dacic said.
He noted that so far, the UN Security Council did not vote whether Kosovo would be on the session agenda or not, and recalled that the UK never placed Kosovo on the session agenda during their presidency of this UN body. Unlike them, Dacic said China did place Kosovo on the agenda.
Speaking about Kosovo President Hashim Thaci, Dacic said he does not need to be idealised much because of his call to abolish tariffs on goods from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, pointing out that tariffs were the idea of Thaci's closest associates.
"(Enver) Hoxhaj and (Kadri) Veselji said that it was their idea to introduce a 100 percent tax, and Veselji is Thaci’s man. It is a joint game, in which Ramush Haradinaj could suffer the most consequences," said Dacic.