Vucic to submit report on Kosovo in the Parliament – is it proof of Serbia’s defeat?

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić will answer questions from the members of the National Parliament on the negotiations he conducted with Kosovo PM Albin Kurti and their results and consequences.

Today, in an extraordinary session, the members of the Serbian Parliament will examine the Report on the negotiation process with the institutions in Pristina from 15 June 2021 to 1 September 2022, i.e. the report on the negotiations between the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, and the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, with the mediation of the European Union and the assistance of the United States of America.

The report will be presented by Vučić himself, who will inform parliamentarians and the general public about the current situation, future challenges and everything the state has done so far for the Serbian people in Kosovo, reports RTS.

The deputy chairman of the People’s Party, Miroslav Aleksić, said the day before this specially convened parliamentary session that the Report on the negotiation process, complied by the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, is “proof of the defeat of all Aleksandar Vučić’s negotiators in Brussels”.

Aleksić told N1 TV station that the government complains about the Albanian side in all points of the report and that the report “shows terrible impotence”, as well as the “collapse and decline during the negotiations”. He added that the document does not contain a single word about the work of the Serbian List, whose members participate in the work of the government in Pristina.

Aleksić emphasised that the parliamentary session dedicated to Kosovo is expected and important, but also that it is an attempt by the President of Serbia to justify himself for everything he has done outside the relevant laws and the Constitution.

“The government does not want unity, it does not want to talk to the opposition and the citizens of Serbia. This session is for the parliamentary majority made of the Serbian Progressive Party deputies to vote on the Report and to legalise the fact that they worked outside the law, on their own, without a negotiating platform,” Aleksić said, believing that Serbs in Kosovo have lost a lot since the signing of the Brussels Agreement.

(Vreme, 13.09.2022)

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