By leaving the institutions of Kosovo, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić is testing the international community as much as it is possible to manipulate, says the chairperson of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, Sonja Biserko.
Biserko adds that Vucic has been stirring up tensions for months and systematically blaming Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti.
“Vučić, as you know, has been stirring up tensions and systematically accusing Kurti for months. On the other hand, Kurti does not want partition. Vucic has advisors in Pristina and Tirana,” Biserko tells the Serbian media.
Leaving the institutions, in her opinion, is an additional pressure on Pristina.
“Moreover, Vucic is constantly propagating [inexistent] events in the media and personally thinks that Germany and the UK are behind everything Kurti is doing,” she says.
“The fact is that the U.S. and the EU support the Franco-German proposal to solve the Kosovo issue. By leaving the institutions, Vucic is testing how far he can manipulate the international community. However, the fact is that the countries of the Western Balkans signed three agreements in Berlin. Therefore, Kosovo is an equal country,” Biserko adds.
In the end, she says that Vucic insists that the Association of municipalities with a Serbian majority be formed before signing the agreement with Kosovo.
“I think that the Serbs will return to the institutions. And the international community insists on it. If the ‘Russian world’ falls, the ‘Serbian world’ will also fall, which is what Belgrade dreams of,” she concludes. /Telegrafi/