Head of the Serbian negotiation team, Marko Djuric told Danas daily Serbian delegation resolutely requests from Pristina and European Union to establish the Association of Serb Municipalities, but that “some weird people” from Pristina delegation arrived to Brussels unready to talk about that.
They came here unready to implement the Association of Serb Municipalities, and expected that we give them everything. It does not work like that, Djuric told journalists in Brussels.
He added, that at the moment when the agreement was signed, it became an obligation of not Belgrade and Pristna only, foremost Pristina, but of the EU as well.
Djuric pointed out there were no talks about freedom of movement, asking what to talk about when Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija are being arrested while we speak. He said Belgrade proposed a temporary solution to the energy issue, however Pristina did not want to talk about that.
Djuric termed Pristina’s claims that dialling code +381 would be cancelled as lies, adding there would be no changes whatsoever for the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija in that regard.