Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said today Belgrade was warning over the last seven months on possible consequences of the Pristina’s tariffs imposed on goods from central Serbia, Tanjug news agency reported.
According to her closure of the shops in the north is such consequence, adding that Belgrade at any moment would be ready to help its people in Kosovo. She also noted alternative ways to supply the goods were cut off, and there were even shootings at the trucks transporting the goods and yet nobody reacted.
“It is unbelievable to allow in Europe today to have citizens who cannot purchase the goods just because they come from different national or ethnic background. This is not Europe I belong to,” Brnabic said. She also expressed hope EU and USA would react, although she is not certain that would happen.
Brnabic also said the decision to close the shops is rational, because citizens can not receive goods “bit by bit” either there are goods or no. According to her, Pristina’s authorities are doing their utmost to stop any alternative way to supply citizens in the north.