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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic condemned the Kosovo government's latest decision about licence plates for Serbs living in northern Kosovo, claiming its goal is "to expel Serbs, especially from the north of Kosovo and Metohija". He said Kosovo's goal was "to make a new Storm", referencing the Croatian army operation in 1995, codenamed Storm, that forced most Serbs to flee Croatia.
Those requests were brought to Belgrade by the EU special envoy Miroslav Lajcak, with whom Vucic met tonight in the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic.
President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, said that as of today, we have a complete change in the situation in our country, as well as in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija.
The meeting started at 12:30 p.m.
By the way, the Montenegrin Prime Minister arrived in Belgrade this morning, where he was given a formal welcome in front of the Palace of Serbia. Before the meeting with Vui, he talked with the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic.
During the visit from June 29 to July 1, Lajk will meet with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian Parliament Speaker Ivica Dacic, as well as parliamentary opposition leaders and representatives of the international community in Serbia, the statement said.
Lajk is in Kosovo and Metohija today, where he arrived yesterday.
After that, a formal reception will be organized on the occasion of Vidovdan and the inauguration of the President of the Republic in the second term.
The ceremony of presenting the decorations, as well as the ceremonial reception, will be organized in the Palace of Serbia at 6:00 p.m., Office for Media Relations of the President of the Republic announced.
An explosive device was thrown on Thursday night at the electricity distribution facility in north Mitrovica, in the Serb-majority north of Kosovo, police confirmed.
"It is suspected that a hand explosive device caused the explosion at the electro-distributor," Mitrovica's Chief Prosecutor, Ismet Ujkani, told BIRN, adding that the attack was committed by "unknown individuals".
"Bulgaria sends aid to Ukraine through Poland". In practice, the resigned Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov admitted this in an interview with the Guardian, given before the no-confidence vote this Wednesday.
His statement comes after a question about how Bulgaria's position on the war will change if it fails to form a new coalition.