Leader of the opposition People’s Party Vuk Jeremic said, while visiting the village Pasjane on Saturday that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic must not be allowed to make a “demarcation” deal which would be equal to recognizing Kosovo as an independent state, reported Kontakt plus radio.
According to the party’s press release, Jeremic made the statement while meeting with the residents of the village of Pasjane, Gnjilane region.
Demarcation would mean irrevocably giving up one of the pillars of Serb national identity, Jeremic stressed, and the emergence of a Greater Albania in coming decade.
“It is against the law, the Constitution and ethical and moral norms left to us by our ancestors. No one has done that since the existance of a Serbian state,” Jeremic said.