President Aleksandar Vuçiç today took a stand against the suspension of the Serbia-Kosovo dialogue, comparing the case with that of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict.
“Many think that we are now in a much better position in terms of Kosovo, due to the internal situation there, and that until December or January Serbia does not expect so much pressure from the great powers. But the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict showed that a crushed conflict could turn into a real catastrophe,” Vucic said.
There was an immediate reaction from the incumbent President of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, who considered the speech of her counterpart as a threat to war.
Osmani has demanded that the answer to this issue come from the EU and NATO.
“I expect the EU and NATO to respond to this threat of a violent war waged by Vucic,” she wrote on Twitter.