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Vučić: Pristina to have no control over Kosovo-Metohija Serbs

Aleksandar Vučić; Photo: Tanjug/Dragan Kujundzic

GORNJI MILANOVAC – We want serious dialogue with Kosovo Albanians, but they must know we also want to protect the interests of Serbia and Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said Monday, Tanjug reports.
The so-called war veteran coalition of parties that has won the majority in the Kosovo-Metohija elections is the group that has been threatening the Serbs the most openly and that will cause many problems for us, Vučić told reporters, but noted that the coalition now faced a united bloc of Serb political representatives who would protect the interests of Serbs and Serbia.

Crucially, the ethnic Albanians have not succeeded in establishing some kind of control over Serb members of the Kosovo assembly when it comes to decision-making in Kosovo, Vucic said.

According to initial reports, the Srpska list won 5.5 pct of the vote, or over 90 pct of Serb votes.

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