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Dacic warns: Washington and Brussels know Serbia's red lines
Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Shkurt 2023
The Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, stated that Washington and Brussels know what Serbia's red lines are.
Dacic said that the formation of the Association in Kosovo is a prerequisite of all prerequisites.
Dacic, who was in Washington, where he met with American officials in the State Department and in Congress, in an interview for the Voice of America highlighted two red lines of Belgrade, the issue of recognizing Kosovo and the formation of the Association.
"It's something that we really don't need to discuss or negotiate again, because it's something that we probably agreed on when we signed that agreement 10 years ago," said the Serbian top diplomat.
According to Dacic, perhaps the most important message in Washington is that the performance and position of President Vucic, but also of Serbia, is considered constructive and responsible and is often compared to Pristina and the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, for whom there are opposite assessments.
"Here I heard that they speak positively about Serbia and they themselves say that the position of QUINT, including the USA, has changed a lot in relation to this positioning of Serbia, which shows that it was a fair decision", he underlined.
Speaking about the Association, Dacic reiterated that it is part of the Brussels Agreement process, something that has been agreed upon.