Brnabić responded to the Albanian journalist's provocation: "I feel like I'm at home"

Prime Minister Ana Brnabi said today during her visit to Kosovo and Metohija that Serbia will always be with its people in Kosovo and Metohija.
"We will continue to fight for our people, its dignity, and also to see prosperity and an increasingly better quality of life here in Kosovo and Metohija," said Prime Minister Brnabic.
"The interest of Serbia and of the Serb people is peace and stability," Brnabic told the crowd assembled outside the multi-media center in Kosovska Mitrovica.
"We invested more over the past few years than in the past 40 years - this building is proof of that and I am glad it is here that I started my visit, because this is how I see our country's and our people's prosperity - not lagging behind the world but fighting a battle in the use of modern technologies," Brnabic concluded.
She said the next item on the "agenda", which she will repeat wherever she goes, from Kosovska Mitrovica, to Brussels, Berlin and London, Moscow, Beijing, Abu Dhabi and Dubai - is the formation of the Community of Serb Municipalities.
"This is what we will continue to insist on every day," said Brnabic, adding that Kosovo and Metohija is facing difficult and complex times but that she was "satisfied that, despite the July 31 provocations, we managed to preserve peace."

When asked by an Albanian journalist how she felt when she arrived in Kosovo and Metohija, Brnabieva answered "It feels as if I am at home, on my own land".
The Prime Minister's answer was greeted with thunderous applause.
Brnabi was asked to comment on the statement of the Prime Minister of Kosovo's temporary institutions, Albin Kurti, who said that the fact that the Prime Minister of Serbia entered Kosovo and Metohija with an identity card issued in...

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