Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday that 90 polling stations would be set up in Kosovo for the elections for the Serbian parliament on June 21.
“We will have 90 pollings stations in Kosovo for the elections on Sunday. We have always managed to have polling stations open for our elections in Kosovo and that will be the case on Sunday,” he said, rejecting claims in some of the Serbian media that there will be no vote in Serbian communities in Kosovo.
Asked by an N1 reporter about a possible referendum on Kosovo, he said that a referendum is needed to change the constitution and that the constitutional status of Kosovo was not changed by the Brussels agreement.
Vucic said that EU envoy for the Kosovo dialogue Miroslav Lajcak is due in Belgrade a day after the elections, on Monday June 22. Vucic said that he will travel to Moscow after Lajcak’s visit and might also go to the US and other places he said he can’t divulge.
“We have conducted a serious and responsible policy and managed to get the issue back to the table with the big powers and not suffer political and economic sanctions, not have our state isolated. We have mantained the position of our people in Kosovo… We have done a fantastic thing under horrendous pressure,” he said.