Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic received in Belgrade today Slovakian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs as well as Chairman of the OSCE Miroslav Lajcak, Serbian media reported.
During the meeting, President Vucic expressed serious concern over events in the north of Kosovo and Metohija and warned that Pristina by unilateral and provocative acts causes tensions and deterioration of the security situation.
He pointed out in particular manipulations over alleged poisoning of the members of the Kosovo Central Election Commission during counting the votes from central Serbia, all of them Albanians exclusively, asking what poison acts on the basis of an ethnic background. He once again called for a comprehensive investigation into this case, Vucic’s press service announced.
President Vucic also expressed gratitude to Slovakia for maintaining principled stance not to recognize Kosovo.
Given Slovakia’s Chairmanship of the OSCE Vucic emphasized it is very important that this organization preserves status-neutral approach, in particular in the work of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo. Head of the Slovakian diplomacy Lajcak said the Western Balkans is in the focus of the Slovakian Chairmanship of the OSCE and it follows the situation in Kosovo with great attention, Tanjug news agency reported.