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This is when they "agreed (for Pristina) to raise taxes on Serbian goods," said the leader of the opposition People's Party (NS).
Jeremic told reporters in the town of Kragujevac that "everything that came out of raising taxes on Serbian goods, all tensions, which are for now under control, are planned to remain under control."
The Serbian president was addressing an unscheduled press conference late on Monday when he said that he was "bringing bad news" and that even after (EU Commissioner) Johannes Hahn's trip to Pristina, "the Albanians would not even hear about abolishing the taxes (on goods from central Serbia)."
The reason was Macron's wish to postpone his visit to Serbia due to the political crisis in France, Tanjug said it learned earlier in the day.
Macron was scheduled to visit Serbia on December 5-6.
Later on Monday, Vucic confirmed that the French president's visit had been postponed "because of the situation in France," without specifying a new date for it.
Hahn, who is in charge of EU's enlargement negotiations and neighborhood policy, will then travel to Pristina, the European Commission has confirmed for Tanjug.
The main topic of talks in Belgrade and Pristina will be the decision of the Kosovo authorities to levy (100 percent) taxes on goods from central Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH).