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Vučić: Pristina's commitment to quitting dialogue underestimated

Aleksandar Vučić; Photo: Tanjug

TANJUG_maliBELGRADE – Some international factors underestimate Pristina’s resolve to get out of the Brussels dialogue, Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić said Monday, Tanjug reports. 
“We are ready for dialogue any day, but it seems to me that Pristina’s commitment to refusing dialogue is not taken seriously enough by some people in the world. It seems that they are underestimating them (Pristina) as regards their intent,” Vučić noted.

Any kind of instability is fatal for Serbia because we “should boast with new factories and new successes, and not think about any kind of conflicts,” he said.

Vučić also said Monday’s National Security Council meeting would address the gravity of the problems in the region and identify the solutions Serbia can offer to ensure peace and stability, and that ways of informing everyone in the world of these efforts would also be discussed.

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