Dacic: There was no pronounced pressure on Serbia
BRUSSELS - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said in Brussels on Monday there had been no pressure on Serbia at his meeting with EU and Western Balkan FMs earlier in the day and that he was pleasantly surprised that nearly all EU FMs had spoken about a need for the Western Balkans to join the bloc as soon as possible within concrete timeframes.
Dacic explained that, however, no specific timeframes had been discussed at the meeting.
He added that representatives of interim Pristina institutions had once again demonstrated a consistently extremist behaviour.
"They talked about Serbia being a danger to peace and stability, that we are a disturbing factor and that they are a factor of peace and stability, which seems really unreal," Dacic told reporters in Brussels.
He noted that he did not understand how, as many as ten years after he had signed the Brussels...