Vucic: Serbia ready to work on implementation up to its red lines
BELGRADE - In a public address following Saturday's round of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue in Ohrid, North Macedonia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that, as everywhere else, he had spoken there about Serbia's red lines concerning its opposition to a recognition of the so-called Kosovo and the territory's admission to the UN.
"I said that today, too - that no one can impose a legal obligation on Serbia. That is why we signed neither what the EU has called an agreement nor the annex, but Serbia is ready to work on implementation up to the red lines," Vucic said.
He said Serbia was an internationally recognised state and that, therefore, it wanted no international legal agreements with the so-called Republic of Kosovo.
He said that, under the annex to the agreement, Pristina and Belgrade were bound to implement all commitments in an appropriate manner....