Pristina’s media has been reporting since this morning that the Serbian list lost enthusiasm after Pacolli’s party entered the PAN coalition, and that the Serbs will not support the election of Ramush Haradinaj as prime minister, reports KIM radio today.
Igor Simić, however, did not want to comment these allegations, saying that it was good that things began to move towards institution-forming, emphasizing that the Serbian List is open for talks.
-Those that work and negotiate with the Serbian List must show respect for the Serbian people and work with us to improve the position of the Serbs, said Simić to KIM radio.
As a reason for “giving up support” to the PAN coalition, Pristina’s portal Lajmi.net lists the distribution of ministries for Serbs.
“In the preliminary agreement, the Ministry of Agriculture was also negotiated, but this ministry has now been assigned to AKR,” sources told Lajmi.net.
However, Simić claims otherwise.
– Number of functions is not important for us, nor functions are important for the sake of functions, but functions as an institutional instrument for the improvement of the Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohija, concluded Simić.
Deputy Simić emphasized that representatives of the Serbian List would consult prior to any agreement the Government of Serbia and the President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vučić, as it was the case before.