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Stefanovic responds to Veseli: We understood threats to Vucic (Serbian media)

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All Serbian media reports today on reply of the Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic to Kadri Veseli saying that Belgrade understood the threats he sent to the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

Stefanovic warned Veseli “not to take any action against the Serbian president”.

President of the Assembly of Kosovo Kadri Veseli said that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic may not be allowed to enter Kosovo.

“We understood the threats of Kadri Veseli sent to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and, if anything happens to him in Kosovo and Metohija, we will know who is responsible,” Stefanovic said.

Such statements, as he says, are not surprising.

“It is not surprising that Veseli and Djilas speak the same about Vucic, and as Haradinaj and Jeremic, Limaj and Sava Janjic, but I am worried that the international community is silent and trying to make a false equity, that often calls both sides, as they say, to refrain from conflict, among those where none of the equality in this sense can be,” added Stefanovic.

He told the Albanians in Kosovo that Vucic was “the one who wants peace”.

“But it is obvious that the leadership of the Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija need someone in Serbia wo would agree to humiliation of Serbs and our country, as they had it in 2012, and since they now understand that with Aleksandar Vucic this is not possible, they are ready to deal with him in the most brutal barbaric methods, “the police minister said.

He invited Veseli to not take any action against the president of Serbia.

“I seek from Kadri Veseli, not because we are afraid of him, but because of the overall peace and stability in the Balkans, that he does not take any action against the Serbian president,” Stefanovic said.

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