Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on Serbia’s Radio and Television said that she had “never seen President Vučić so disappointed by the reactions of our partners.”, after the meeting on Kosovo situation.
“The situation has been difficult during the past weeks, and I think everything that has happened is a precedent of sorts,” she said.
“We had a difficult Monday, a difficult meeting of the Council for National Security,” she continued, referring to March 26. “The president was thinking with a cool head then, without emotions, had he let emotions take over things would not have ended up well.”
Brnabic also said that she had been an optimist, and that the president’s internal dialogue initiative was “a clear message that Serbia is ready for dialogue – but the situation is becoming increasingly more difficult.”
“When we on Monday had representatives of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija in Kosovo to talk about peace, they were assaulted with rifles, with long guns, we had the kidnapping of Marko Djuric, and those people went (to Kosovo) to talk about compromise,” the prime minister said.
Asked whether there was some new information about that case, she said there was – and that Pristina “had absolute support from its partners”.