Minister of State Administration Branko Ružić believes that the interest of Serbia and the Kosovo Serbs is maximal involvement in the work of Kosovo institutions, and one should not be guided by emotions or myths.
“It is our interest to be maximally involved in order to preserve, above all, the right to the existence of the 150,000 Serbs living down there,” Ružić said, commenting on the formation of a new Kosovo government, led by Ramush Haradinaj.
According to him, when it comes to Kosovo, it is very important not to be embroiled in emotion, myths and populism, reports Dnevnik.
“The formation of a government in an uncoordinated political society or a provisoire, what Kosovo is, is not an easy task from the aspect of preserving our national dignity and respecting the state’s cause,” Ružić points out.
He stresses that it is enough to start with the fact that without the political representatives of Serbs and respect of theirs, and the national interests, the formation of such a government is not possible.