Belgrade, November 21 – RIA News. Serbian President Alexander Vuzyk at a meeting on Wednesday warned the ambassadors of the five largest Western countries and the EU. Representative about the destabilizing consequence of imposing a 100% duty on Kosovo Albanian authorities on the goods of Serbia.
The press service of the Serbian president said earlier that WUSIC will stop behind the door on Wednesday evening, first with Russian ambassador Alexander Chepurin and Chinese Ambassador Li Manchang, and then with ambassadors of the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Italy and The head of the EU. Mission.
At the meeting, the Serbian leader noted that this step of Pristina violates the agreement of the Central and Eastern European Free Trade (CEFTA) countries.
"He (Vučić) expressed the view that the Quintes (the Greater West), as the European Commission, would point to Pristina's unacceptability of unilateral steps that led to the escalation of the conflict and to establish peace and stability The one-off agreement or agreement, not as Prime Minister, did not fulfill the provisions of the Bruker Agreement, "said the presidential press service after the meeting.
It is noted that the ambassadors who represent "expressed concern about the possible destabilization and future dialogue" of Belgrade and Pristina and called on the Serbian President and the government to "rationally and peacefully approach the resolution of the new crisis."
The government of the self-proclaimed Caucasus government has been introduced to the Wednesday on Wednesday mutual duty on the amount of 100% of the cost of all Serbia, and also includes the supply of all the items not listed according to the rules Self-proclaimed with the symbols of Kosovo.
In 1999, the armed confrontation of the Albanian separatists of the Kosovo Liberation Army and the Serbian army and police led to the bombing of Yugoslavia (at the time that was composed of Serbia and Montenegro) by NATO forces. In March 2004, Kosovo Albanyans staged pogroms, which led to the mass resettlement of the provinces of the province and the destruction of many monuments of their history and culture.
Kosovo Albanian structures in Pristina in February 2008 unilaterally declares independence from Serbia. The self-proclaimed republic is not recognized by Serbia, Russia, China, Israel, Iran, Spain, Greece and a number of other states.