In the meeting with Zahir Tanin, the UN Mission in Kosovo chief, Aleksandar Vucic, Serbia’s President, accused Pristina of making irrational and unilateral moves and of constantly provoking, showing that its leaders were making the dialogue with Belgrade impossible, the Beta news agency carried a statement from President's office on Tuesday.
The statement said Vucic also condemned the Kosovo police special unit attack on UN personnel, describing it as “an attempt to compromise the UN Mission in Kosovo.”
Also on Tuesday, Slovakia’s Foreign Minister and the OSCE chairman Miroslav Lajčák said in Belgrade his country would support Serbia on its way to the EU, and that both the country’s and regional future was in the EU. In the meeting with Serbia’s Prime Minister Ana Brnabic Lajčák said Pristina should abolish taxes on Serbia’s goods and thus enable the dialogue on normalisation of relations to resume.
“The UN role in Kosovo is of a vital significance for Serbia,” he told Tanin.
He added the next UN Security Council session on Kosovo was important because “the international community will be transparently informed about the situation on the ground, about political and security situation, in particular about the position of the Serbs and other non-Albanian population, the rule of law, respect of human rights, protection of cultural and religious heritage and other everyday problems there.”