According to Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti, Pacolli said that Serbian foreign minister was "always tripping him up."
"People from Kosovo are young, and cannot travel freely. Serbia makes problems every day. I travel and fight to get recognitions of Kosovo - and Ivica brings them down," Pacolli reportedly told his colleagues as Dacic left the room during a working lunch.
Whether the Serbian Municipalities Community (ZSO) will be formed in due time or will wait for the signing of a legally binding agreement between Belgrade and Pristina, is a dilemma opened by Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, saying that he heard a new option - that the ZSO will be just part of the package of the agreement, which he called a "superb insolence".
BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic on Monday received a courtesy visit from the new Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Mubarak Saeed Ahmed Barasheed Al Dhaheri, who began his ambassadorial term in Serbia by presenting his credentials to President Aleksandar Vucic on February 16.
BRUSSELS - Reacting to Serbian FM Ivica Dacic's statement that a part of the international community "is lying to Belgrade" and "wants only a recognition (of Kosovo by Belgrade), not compromise," diplomatic sources in the EU told Tanjug on Friday that "that is not how things work", declining to comment on statements made by every individual politician.
BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic believes a decision by the so-called government of Kosovo not to implement an agreement on establishment of the Community of Serb Municipalities could be understood as Pristina's decision to abandon the Brussels dialogue.
Belgrade could now consider suspending all agreements reached in Brussels to date, Dacic told Sputnik.