Vucic: Foreigners take only what they like from UNSCR 1244

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday UNSC Resolution 1244 spoke of the territorial integrity of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and its legal successor, Serbia, but that foreigners took "only what they like" from that resolution.

"What they like in UNSCR 1244 is that they can send NATO troops to Kosovo, but they do not like the idea of Serbia sending up to a thousand of its army and police troops. So, it (the resolution) is valid in one case, but not valid in the other case, which should apply to Serbia," Vucic told Sarajevo-based paper Dnevni avaz in an interview.

He said KFOR would invoke UNSCR 1244 and the Brussels Agreement every time and that Serbia needed to meet all commitments, while a Community of Serb Municipalities could not be established because it might not be in line with the so-called Kosovo's constitution.

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