Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Thursday that she is confused about the European Parliament resolution on Serbia and added that, in line what was said in the resolution, MEPs could instruct the European Commission to change the negotiation position on Chapter 35.
“Nothing is clear to me now – why the European Commission says one thing and the European Parliament another,” Brnabic said. She added that the Europan Commission document on negotiation positions for Chapter 35, in our case Kosovo and normalizing relations with Pristina, makes no mention of recognition of Kosovo’s independence. “It says “comprehensive normalization of relations with Pristina”. The European Parliament has adopted a whole different document now,” she said.
Brnabic also said that she can only assume that the European Parliament is going to instruct the Europan Commission to change the negotiation position.
“It’s not clear to me how the negotiation position can change in the ongoing negotiation process because we are talking about a substantial change of accession rules,” she said and added that the ball is now in Brussels’ court
“I am asking the EU to be clear and tell us if the rules of the game are changing,” she said.
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