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Serb leaders react differently to agreement

04. December 2011. | 16:15

Source: Tanjug

Political representatives of Serbs in northern Kosovo reacted differently to the request of Serbian President Boris Tadic to support the agreement on crossings reached in Brussels.

Political representatives of Serbs in northern Kosovo reacted differently to the request of Serbian President Boris Tadic to support the agreement on crossings reached in Brussels.

Kosovska Mitrovica Municipal President Krstimir Pantic first said on Saturday afternoon that he would officially declare his stand when he receives information about the details of the agreement and if it is determined that it is not contrary to the Declaration of the Serbian parliament of July 31.

On Sunday, he radicalized his stance and told B92 that the agreement is unacceptable. Based on what we heard about it from the media, what the head of Belgrade's team Borislav Stefanovic agreed with the delegation of Kosovo Albanians is unacceptable for Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija. The people are disappointed and angry with Mr. Stefanovic, Pantic said.

President of the Zvecan Municipality Dragisa Milovic said that it was difficult to comment on the deal as it has not been presented in writing to Serb representatives and because the local population does not trust Stefanovic. In a statement to Politika, he expressed expectation that what was agreed in Brussels will be confirmed by the Serbian government and parliament.

Head of the Kosovska Mitrovica District Radenko Nedeljkovic and Leposavic Municipality President Radosav Ninic told Tanjug that they cannot comment the agreement until they are familiarized with its content.

Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Vice President Diana Vukomanovic told Tanjug that the agreement reached in Brussels is yet another step towards the goal of enabling the Serb population to remain to live in Kosovo and Metohija and to improve the quality of their lives. She pointed out that SPS supports the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina and considers the legitimacy of negotiations undisputed.

Borko Stefanovic does not participate in the dialogue as an individual negotiator but as a legitimate state negotiator for Serbia, she said. We believe that our task, not only of the SPS, but also of others, is to implementat the decisions of the state leadership gradually on the ground, she said.


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