Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic voiced today reservation towards signals from Pristina on the possible revocation of 100 percent tax imposed on goods from central Serbia, Tanjug news agency reports.
“I do not believe they would easily revoke the tax, but I hope they would do so,” Vucic told journalists in Davos.
He noted the pressure of the international community against the taxes is growing, but recalled that Pristina demonstrated many times it does not honour agreements, and his experience showed Albanian politicians cannot be trusted.
“You sit with them on Friday and agree on something, and then a completely different thing occurs on Monday. On Friday we were sitting with Pristina delegation, and on Monday they arrested Marko Djuric. Then you wonder whom you can trust?’ Vucic said.
Asked to comment on the statement of Kosovo President Hashim Thaci that he owes an agreement to the younger generations, Vucic responded that Pristina officials have nice messages for the world, but it is about a completely different story in Pristina.
“These are their games. We all owe peace to the younger generations, and the war would lead us nowhere, but he (Thaci) must tell that to his party colleague Kadri Veseli,” Vucic concluded