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Hajredin Kuci: Tadic unwelcome because of political statements

08. January 2012. | 18:13

Source: Tanjug

 Kosovo's Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister Hajredin Kuci said the Kosovo government will not allow Serbian President Boris Tadic to enter Kosovo in the future, accusing him of making political statements during his Christmas visit to the Visoki Decani monastery.

Kuci told Pristina-based television Klan Kosova that Tadic abused the visit to the monastery and made political statements, saying Kosovo is Serbian land, that Serbia will never recognize its independence and has no intention of withdrawing parallel structures from the north.

During his visit to Visoki Decani, Tadic told reporters that the only thing that makes sense on Christmas is to send a message of peace to Serbs, Albanians and representatives of the international community.

"I think nothing else can be said here in Visoki Decani and that is why this monastery is a holy place not only for our people, but for everyone who visits Kosovo and our country. This is our common European space," Tadic added.

When reporters asked him whether he will ever recognize Kosovo after he attended the liturgy at the Visoki Decani monastery, Tadic said his answer is already known and brief - never.


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