“There is great pressure on countries that have not recognized Kosovo to do so,” the Serbian president told reporters in Belgrade on Monday, adding:
“All this needs to be withstood, one must fight with all one’s might and never will that so-called state of Kosovo become a member of the UN, as long as Serbia exists, and her friends in the organization of the UN Security Council and its permanent members such as it is now.”
According to him, “those are all attempts going in another direction, to face the problem of meeting with representatives of Kosovo almost daily, in various gatherings.”
“We have made a decision not to block them (Pristina) in regional integration – that is what we signed in Brussels, but nothing more than that,” Nikolic said, adding Serbia would rightfully continue to fight and try to keep the so-called state of Kosovo from joining international organizations.
Nikolic said he has been facing “the problem of pressures over Kosovo” since the first day of his mandate, and that he immediately learned from Serbia’s many friends worldwide that there are countries pressuring others to recognize Kosovo.