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Jeremic: Vucic’s visit to Zagreb is a test for visiting Pristina (NMagazin)

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National Party President Vuk Jeremic says that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s visit to Zagreb is “kind of a general rehearsal” for Vucic’s state visit to Pristina, which he plans after signing a legally binding agreement and after Kosovo becomes a member of the UN “with the blessing of the current government in Serbia”, reports NMagazin  today.

“Vucic intends to go on a state visit to Pristina in February next year, to his coalition partners and associates Ramush Haradinaj and Hashim Thaci, and then to turn to the West and say, “Here, see what I can achieve – you do not have a better player than me”, Jeremic told the Nasa television, adding that he was confident that the opposition would prevent Vucic from doing so because it will defeat him in the elections, reports NMagazin.

Jeremic also says, in connection to Kosovo, that “the EU’s strategy for the Western Balkans calls on Serbia to urgently resolve the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, and I think that at the table is an offer by which Serbia will allow Pristina to join the UN, and in return to get another four years of dictatorship of Aleksandar Vucic. Chair of Kosovo in the UN is a dangerous precedent, and I’m afraid that it would not be the end, but that a series of new issues will be opened”.

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