Vucic: They will not succeed in making us recognise so-called Kosovo
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday difficult weeks and months were ahead of Serbia as the international community was aiming to make it recognise the so-called Kosovo, but noted that Belgrade would not agree to that.
"Our country will find itself under great pressure, and they will use, and misuse, a situation in which Serbia has something to lose," Vucic said on Pink TV.
"That is why they have purportedly put the ethnic Albanians under sanctions, which are not even very serious. That way, they are, in fact, blackmailing Serbia, because we have something to lose," Vucic said.
He added that Serbia was constantly facing double standards and recklessly hypocritical behaviour.
"Kfor and NATO rightly invoke UNSCR 1244 and they draw their mandate from that document, but when we ask them about other norms from the same resolution,...