The messages coming from Pristina show that they do not care about the dialogue anymore, Serbia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ivica Dacic said on Sunday, adding that if Pristina continues behaving this way, Serbia is not optimistic about continuing the talks.
"Their unilateral acts have shown that Pristina is the main factor of instability. Filing criminal charges against Serbian President Aleksander Vucic, Kurti's recent statements - those represent a clear indication that they are not interested in the dialogue and reaching a compromise," Dacic said.
When asked whether he expects any other country to withdraw its recognition of Kosovo as an independent state, Dacic said Serbia will continue its policy and that a large number of countries are now figuring out that their decision on granting Kosovo recognition was premature.
“In order for anything to be passed in the UN, 97 votes are necessary. We must ensure that Kosovo does not have that,” he said.