In an interview with the Belgrade-based Prva TV, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic said he believed the demarcation with Kosovo was “absolutely the healthiest solution for Serbia and the Serbs,” but added the people would not accept it, the Beta news agency reported on Thursday.
Vucic said a referendum on the issue would be held if he had something to tell the people, but that currently there was no suggestion.
He mentioned a separation with Albanians last summer but did not elaborate. He also fell short of specifying the idea on Thursday.
“I’m for the demarcation, and I’m not ashamed. But the Serbs are against it, and I understood their message. We’re not ready to hear the truth about Kosovo even when everybody knows it. People won’t accept that, and it touches their emotions,” Vucic said.