Serbian President makes threats to Kosovo, holds National Security meeting

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Serbia poses new threats to the region’s countries. President Aleksandar Vucic convened the National Security Council, where he considered a strong response to Kosovo and Montenegro for refusing to host Serbian elections on April 3 on their territory.

“To allow voting, Kurti’s government asked that we accept Kosovo’s independence.” Kurti will receive the response. You already know the answer. Terrible and responsible people’s reaction. “But there will be serious consequences,” Vucic warned before of the meeting.

He also stated that he will examine the European Union’s threat of penalties against Serbia for failing to criticize Russia’s occupation of Ukraine with government and intelligence officials. The National Security Council will examine all recent developments in the region, with a particular emphasis on Europe’s food and fuel crises.