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Vucic to Moore: Revoking tariffs first, then dialogue (Tanjug, Politika, B92)

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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic expressed hope today the international community would continue with rational calls to Pristina to give up on the tariffs it imposed against Serbia and Serbian people, Tanjug news agency reported.

Vucic said during the meeting with Foreign Office Director General for Political Affairs Richard Moore Serbia would immediately after these anti-civilized measures are revoked, be ready to continue the talks with Pristina.

Vucic also informed Moore that Pristina did not fulfill its only obligation deriving from the Brussels agreement and it is the establishment of the Community of Serb-majority Municipalities. He noted the tariffs and adoption of the platform are the best evidence that Pristina does not think about dialogue, but rather about solutions that could destabilize an entire region.

During the talks on bilateral relations, which are said to be good, despite complex circumstances, Vucic expressed interest in further improvement and strengthening of overall cooperation.
Moore said that his country would, despite Brexit, remain committed to helping and supporting the Western Balkans, stressing that the integration of the entire region into the EU was “crucial for its stability and prosperity.”


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