Speaking about the tension at the administrative crossings of Jarinje and Brnjak, Dacic said that the real question is whether the European Union thinks that the Brussels Agreement from 2013 is in effect or not. He adds that all this seems to him like a test of Pristina to see how everyone will react to the "brutal violation of all the arrangements of the Brussels Agreement."
Belgrade – Parliamentary Speaker Igor Zorčič is wrapping up a two-day official visit to Serbia during which he met senior Serbian officials. In a statement for the STA, he labelled relations between Slovenia and Serbia as very good in all fields of cooperation – from business to culture and politics.
Belgrade – Parliamentary Speaker Igor Zorčič will start a two-day official visit to Serbia on Thursday to meet his Serbian counterpart Ivica Dačić. Zorčič will also be received by Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, and will meet representatives of Slovenian companies in the country.
After Serbia's former foreign minister Ivica Dacic on Tuesday claimed that Serbia had hosted talks between the now former Afghan government and the Taliban three times in recent years, the director of East-West Bridge think tank - which reportedly organised the negotiations - told BIRN that Dacic's information was accurate, backing it up with photos from the meetings.
Asked if he is afraid of the frozen conflict, especially since the Kosovo Security Forces are arming the West, Ivica Dacic answered: "We have openly warned that any change in the situation on the ground by force means that the signed agreements are no longer valid, Serbia will not allow military conquest of the North. It is clear to everyone what that means.