Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic reacting to Pristina’s ban for Serbian passports said that “in quasi-state of Kosovo” one cannot make head or tail of the situation. She also noted that it reflects how the situation in Kosovo and Metohija is unsafe.
“The adviser of their Foreign Affairs Minister said it is forbidden that citizens with Serbian documents pass, Haradinaj said it was not forbidden, then the adviser again said it is,” Brnabic added.
Meanwhile, Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs Nebojsa Stefanovic also reacted by saying that authorities in Kosovo try in all possible ways to impede the life of Serbian population in Kosovo, RTS reports.
“They demonstrate that they do not intend to respect international agreements they signed, but to indicate to the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija they are not welcome,” Stefanovic told journalists in Novi Sad.