The Serbian state would help Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, and we expect nothing from the international community in regard to aggravated supply for our people in Kosovo, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Tanjug news agency reports.
Vucic added Serbia must rely on itself and the state would see how it can help people in Kosovo under such difficult and complex situation. He pointed out that Pristina came up with a new excuse to justify its tariffs on goods from central Serbia and thus make supply for the Serbs in the north even more difficult.
“Haradinaj said they (Serbs) want to bring weapons and drugs along with the food. What is in your subconscious? Something like that would not cross my mind even in 100 years. Weapons and drugs? I guess because they made it up people now can not get the food,” Vucic said.
However, Vucic declined to speak about concrete acts that Belgrade might undertake. “We will do what we can. I can’t and won’t tell you what we will do, but we will do what we can to supply our people and help them,” Vucic told journalists.