Ivica Dacic seems to be in charge of making waves these days – after the Kosovo “delimitation” proposal, he has spoken about “Holbrooke’s Kosovo letter.”
The Serbian foreign minister and first deputy prime minister spoke for the tabloid Srpski Telegraf, to recall that no state body in the country is in possession of the original copy of the Dayton Agreement – the peace accord that in 1995 ended the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Dacic then pointed out to another missing document – late US diplomat Richard Holbrooke’s letter allegedly sent to late Serbian and Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, in which Holbrooke stated that the United States “will never recognize Kosovo,” and “signed it.”
“They all feign ignorance when I ask, but it’s unthinkable that Serbia would not have a copy of the Dayton Agreement. All Milosevic’s aides claim, his secretary swears that Milosevic called her and gave her a piece of paper where Holbrooke – then the chief negotiator between the West and Serbia and the US envoy – signed for Milosevic (during the negotiations in 1998 and 1999) that America will never recognize Kosovo,” said Dacic.
Dacic went on to accuse his former coalition partners – the ones that he was allied with before 2012 – of “pillaging everything.”