Vučić summarized the results of the UN visit: "Thirteen countries expressed concern"
"It was an important session of the Security Council, you could see what kind of situation we were in due to the behavior of Pristina, we could see that 12 or 13 out of 15 members of the SC unequivocally expressed their disagreement with Kurti's decision regarding the dinar ban, these are important messages, we fought honorably and fairly represented our country," said Vui.
President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, said today in New York, where he met with UN Secretary General Antnio Guterres, that they analyzed everything that happened at the extraordinary session of the UN Security Council on the situation in Kosovo, and pointed out that 12 or 13 of the 15 members of the Security Council unequivocally expressed disagreement with the moves of Albin Kurti, especially regarding dinars.
About the main topics of the conversation with Secretary General Guterres Vui said:
"We took the prepared papers and documents related to the ban of the dinar and delivered them in written form. We talked about all the problems in Kosovo and Metohija and in the region. He knows the situation well," says Vui.
President adds that they discussed geo-economic conditions and last night's session of the UN Security Council.
"It seems to me that in every conversation you have, the American election always comes up as a topic. What a comprehensive impact it can have everywhere in the world. There is a lot ahead of us. It was ours to say what we have about Kosovo. It is important that we keep in touch and show the importance of the United Nations because of Resolution 1244," he explained.
"13 countries expressed concern. They talked about the wrong move with the dinar and I think that was important. Great support came from the Chinese, Russians, Algeria. I think...