This occurred when Pristina decided to form the so-called Kosovo army, Serbian Foreign Minister and First Deputy PM Ivica Dacic said on Friday.
"That is the most direct threat to peace and stability in the region, and to security of the Serb people who live in Kosovo and Metohija," Dacic told Tanjug.
Foreign Minister and First Deputy PM Ivica Dacic told this to Srpski Telegraf, adding that according to information Serbia has, the fire broke out due to worn out wiring.
"However, we will check everything," Dacic said, adding that this included investigating whether the blaze might have been the work of arsonists.
Montenegro-based website CdM is reporting this on Monday.
The video was made at an event dubbed "Siroki Brijeg Evening" held in Croatia's capital Zagreb, where Mato Bulic was the performer.
Grabar-Kitarovic not only sang, but got "totally relaxed, and danced with her hands up in the air," CdM writes.
"We have received a note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Madagascar, informing us that the decision was made on December 5," First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister of Serbia Ivica Dacic told Tanjug on Friday.
Dacic pointed out that Madagascar is the 12th country to withdraw recognition of the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has confirmed this information.
Solomon Islands were among the countries that recently did not vote for Kosovo's admission to Interpol.
Koha writes that this state in Oceania has informed the Kosovo Foreign Ministry in writing about the withdrawal of the recognition of Kosovo.