The Director of Serbia’s Office for Kosovo and Metohija (KiM), Marko Djuric, said on Saturday that he spoke to US officials in Washington about ending the tariffs which Pristina introduced for Serbian products and said he will “knock on every door” in the world to present Serbia’s arguments.
Djuric told Serbia’s public broadcaster that he spoke to US State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary Matthew Palmer and representatives of the US Congress, the US National Security Council, and the US Senate and informed them of the situation Serbia is currently in.
“We could hear decisiveness for a continuation of the dialogue and for seeking a compromise. I expressed our wish for more to be done to make Pristina refrain from the anti-civilisational tariffs, and other destabilising acts, Djuric said.
“We will knock on every door in the world in order to prevent further problems and destabilisation,” he said.