Vucic: We are prepared for any surprises, people need not worry

BRUSSELS - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in Brussels on Wednesday evening he had pointed out to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg the problem of Pristina's arms acquisitions, which he noted were a violation of UNSCR 1244.

Responding to questions from reporters after a meeting with Stoltenberg, Vucic said that there was also another, bigger legal problem - the fact that, under UNSCR 1244, a "Kosovo Liberation Army" or anything resembling it was not allowed to exist in Kosovo-Metohija.

He said he had noted that this, too, was a violation of UNSCR 1244.

"(Pristina's PM Albin) Kurti says the police are their legal successor. That cannot exist in Kosovo-Metohija under the UN Charter and UNSCR 1244... Why does it exist? There is no answer to that," Vucic said.

Vucic added that Stoltenberg had told him he and NATO had been against Pristina's...

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