BELGRADE By sending a technical delegation to Brussels, Pristina practically boycotted Tuesday's dialogue about the suspension of the Serbian dinar in Kosovo-Metohija, the outgoing chairman of the Serbian parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija Milovan Drecun said on Wednesday, noting that the West was not criticising Pristina PM Albin Kurti's decision on the dinar but only the manner in wh
BRUSSELS - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said in Brussels Belgrade's delegation in Tuesday's round of the dialogue with Pristina had demonstrated full commitment to solve problems and that a solution must be found to ensure dinar payments to Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija.
BRUSSELS - European Commission spokesperson Peter Stano dismissed on Tuesday as "absolute nonsense" reports that EU foreign policy and security chief Josep Borrell had postponed visits to Belgrade and Pristina following discussions with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Pristina's PM Albin Kurti in Munich.
WASHINGTON - Serbia's outgoing ambassador to the US Marko Djuric said on Tuesday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti had developed an "imposing capacity" for spreading disinformation about Kosovo-Metohija in the international community and that Serbia had approached that systematically and that it had a responsibility to expose that with facts and through developing capacities to fight disinformation.
BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic said on Friday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti was creating impossible conditions for a survival of Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija.
The situation in Kosovo-Metohija is very difficult and it is a delusion that Kurti has suspended a decision to ban the Serbian dinar, Vucevic said in an appearance on Prva TV.
BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said on Wednesday that, on orders from Pristina's PM Albin Kurti, the so-called Kosovo Police had earlier in the day denied entry to the province to another shipment of dinars for payment of salaries, pensions and social benefits to Serbs and other non-Albanians relying on incomes coming from the Serbian sta
As previously announced, they want to draw the attention of the whole world and the international community to their disenfranchised position, especially due to the decision of Pristina and the Prime Minister of Pristina's provisional institutions, Albin Kurti, to suspend the use of Dinar, which threatens survival in their centuries' old hearths.
"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.