Independent MP in the Serbian Assembly Slavisa Ristic said that he was not invited to a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in the northern part of Mitrovica, reported on Saturday KIM radio.
Ristic, who is also the former Mayor of Zubin Potok, said he believed that, unlike Kosovo deputies from the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) in the Serbian Assembly, he was not invited because “there were not supposed to be people who tell the truth about what is happening in the north of Kosovo “.
One of the leaders of the Serbs from the north of Kosovo, Marko Jaksic, told FoNet news agency that he also was not invited to the talks of the Serbian president with Serb representatives in northern Mitrovica, reported KIM radio.
“I believe that I am not invited because I criticize the authorities and Vucic for what they are doing in Kosovo and about Kosovo, and because I would ask the question, if before the murder of Oliver Ivanovic he said (Vucic) that no Serb has been killed for ethnic reasons in the last four years, to tell us does that mean that he knows who killed him. If he knows they were not Albanians,” said Jaksic, who is also a member of the Presidency of the People’s Movement of Serbs from Kosovo called “Fatherland”, KiM radio reported.