Vucic: I defended Serbian interests fiercely at meeting with Kurti

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told reporters in Munich late Friday a fierce debate had taken place at a panel on security in the Western Balkans - where he met with Kosovo PM Albin Kurti for the first time - and that he had defended the interests of Serbia and Serbs in the best possible way.

14 Februar 2020 20:30

MUNICH - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told reporters in Munich late Friday a fierce debate had taken place at a panel on security in the Western Balkans - where he met with Kosovo PM Albin Kurti for the first time - and that he had defended the interests of Serbia and Serbs in the best possible way.

"It was fierce. I cannot give details. I fought for Serbian interests and for the Serbian people, which is my job. I spoke the truth and I am proud of that," Vucic told the RTS.

He noted he had responded to "someone's" disparaging claims by protecting Serbia's interests in the best possible way.

"I invested all my knowledge, energy and enthusiasm," he noted.

The meeting showed there will be many problems we will have to face as a result of irresponsibility on the part of some Pristina representatives, although the degree of their irresponsibility can lend our side some kind of advantage, he said.

We are sticking to our strategy and we will prepare our tactics even better because we now know who we are dealing with, he said, adding that the panel had been attended by many representatives from Europe and around the world - including by US officials Philip Reeker and Frank Wizner - as well as by representatives of all countries in the region.

Photo: RTS, printscreen

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