Vučić addresses UN Security Council: Widespread attacks directed against Serbs VIDEO

The session is being held at the request of Serbia, which requested it on Monday due to the situation in Kosovo and Metohija, and the request states, among other things, that the current situation is in sharp contrast to the UN Charter and UN Security Council Resolution 1244.

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President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, thanked for the quick convening of the UN Security Council session and pointed out that the persecution and difficult life of the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, as well as the entire situation, is absolutely contrary to the UN Charter and the Security Council resolution.
"In the past months, the Provisional institutions of Self-Government in Pristina have created unbearable living conditions of Serbs and are now carrying out widespread systematic attacks on Serbian civilians and their persecution. Such a situation, if there is no adequate reaction, can cause irreparable harm to the survival of the Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohija", Vui said at the beginning of his speech
"Serbia requested the holding of an extraordinary session of the Security Council because Pristina's activities are of such a nature that they can cause irreparable harm to the Serbian people, and the immediate reason is the move by the Central Bank of Kosovo to ban the circulation of dinars, which is the culmination of attacks on the Serbian and non-Albanian population because a huge number of inhabitants on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija directly or indirectly depends on dinar income from the Serbian budget and thus they are deprived of the basic means of living," explained Vui.
"The data that the Republic of Serbia pays 60,946 salaries and pensions in Kosovo and Metohija, 2,430 scholarships for students and finances soup kitchens...

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