Outgoing Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Communities and Returns. Dalibor Jevtic told RTS that Pristina leaders are leading populist politics, that would at the end, bring harm to the Albanians only, in the sense of possible isolation of the entire society.
Speaking for the RTS morning news edition, Jevtic added the communication with Albanians would continue the very moment they lift decision on taxes on the goods from central Serbia.
According to him, a psychological war is waged in Kosovo, aiming to impact decisiveness of Serbs to remain in Kosovo and Metohija.
“The fact that we are united and have strong support of the state of Serbia gives us strength,” Jevtic said, adding that this is why we are resisting all the attempts to make Serbs vanish from Kosovo.
He underlined Serbs would resist Pristina decisions in a peaceful, united and democratic manner.
“We are sending a clear message, we want to live, to fight for life, life of every citizen is more important to us than any politics. We urge the international community that has mechanisms to make this madness face an end,” Jevtic said.
He warned the position of the Serbs south of the Ibar River is very difficult, lack of goods can already be felt but also uncertainty.
Commenting on Mitrovica South Mayor Bahtiri’s initiative to hold a session with a request for “united” Mitrovica, Jevtic said it is obvious that the Mitrovica South mayor wishes there would be no Serbs at all, in the entire city, RTS reported.