Chairman of the Serbian National Assembly Committee for Kosovo and Metohija, Milovan Drecun told RTS that in a case of a massive violence taking place in Kosovo, and if KFOR can not or does not want to react, Serbia would not leave its people at Pristina’s merciless.
Speaking for the RTS news edition, Drecun also assessed the statement of EU High Representative Federica Mogherini that the final agreement between Belgrade and Pristina must be in line with international law, but also get support of the UN Security Council “as very significant.”
“This statement indicates the direction in resolving the Kosovo issue. At all times there were talks about neutral negotiations, and everybody avoided to say who shall sign the document when we reach that point, and if it is about two states, then it does not suit us,” Drecun further elaborated.
According to him, Mogherini’s statement points out that reached solution could have been different, and that also Resolution 1244 would need to change. He also wondered what it means the solution should be in line with the international law, since the international law is in line with those who interpret it.
“If someone says borders are untouchable and cannot be changed, then we agree with that. Do not touch our borders with Albania,” Drecun said, adding Russia also said the solution for Kosovo should be in line with the international law.
Asked to comment on Germany’s messages to Pristina to revoke the tariffs, Drecun said we have reached a point when it is no longer about appeals or messages, but it is needed to see sanctions for Pristina’s acts.