The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, has complained about Kosovo to his ally China by writing a letter to Chinese President Xi Jinping expressing his gratitude for the continuous support, especially in relation to Kosovo.
On Tuesday, Vučić handed over the letter to the Chinese ambassador to Serbia, Li Ming, in which he said he had written about the situation in Kosovo, again claiming that Kosovo’s recent decisions were allegedly “against” the Serbian people, reports The Geopost.
“Extraordinary meeting with the Ambassador of the Republic of China, Li Ming. I submitted the letter I sent to President Xi about the situation in Kosovo, but also about the accelerated developments in our bilateral relations. “I thanked Ambassador Li Ming for the strong and unequivocal response of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China to Pristina’s recent reckless moves that are clearly directed against the Serbian people in Kosovo,” he wrote on Instagram.
Vučić made the complaint against Kosovo to China because the country does not recognize Kosovo’s independence and supports Serbia. Together with Russia, China is a permanent member of the UN Security Council. The letter was written by Vučić with the intention of gaining support from China after he warned that he would request an urgent meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Kosovo.
This move by Vučić comes after the Central Bank of Kosovo’s decision to withdraw the dinar from circulation in order to stop financial crime.
Serbia is using this decision for its destabilizing goals towards Kosovo and the region.
However, the United States of America and the European Union have asked Kosovo to postpone the implementation of this regulation in order to avoid possible tensions.
Serbia and China have intensified their cooperation in recent years, including in the military sphere, although the EU fears that Serbia’s foreign policy is slipping more and more towards China and Russia./The Geopost/