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Vučić: Time to talk about Constitution, Kosovo

Aleksandar Vučić; Photo: Tanjug/Rade Prelić

BELGRADE – Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has said he wanted to open a social dialogue on the Constitution and the position on Kosovo-Metohija – as well as on the region – that would last three, six or more months, Tanjug reports.
That is how we will see “where our policy is,” where we see Serbia in the period to come, he told Radio Free Europe.

“Those are serious things that require a sense of responsibility. And if we can also open that kind of dialogue with political parties, political representatives, and why not with religious communities, the civil society, the non-government sector and everyone, about what Serbia’s goals are, where its place in the future is. When you set goals strategically, you can find the way,” Vucic said.

Decisions on Kosovo-Metohija must reflect the problems faced by the Serbs there, as well as Serbia’s rights, he said.

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