Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday that he will demand a discussion of what he said are fundamental issues when the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue continues in Brussels on September 7.
“I will demand the implementation of the 2013 agreement signed under the auspices of the European Union on the forming of the Community of Serb Municipalities so we can see concrete steps and not just paper,” Vucic told a news conference.
He said that Serbia will not quit the EU-mediated dialogue to normalize relations between Belgrade and Pristina. “We want a true dialogue, not just them saying that we have to recognize them… I told (US State Department official Matthew) Palmer and (President Trump’s special envoy Ambassador Richard) Grenell that in front of (Kosovo President Hashim) Thaci, I told everyone. I understand them, that is the policy of their countries… But some people are obviously not interested in discussing railway and air lines,” Vucic said.