Aleksandër Vučič refused the meeting with Albin Kurti in Brussels, and as he returned to this topic, he declared that:
Dialogue is healing, that it is important to talk and overcome any problem by talking, but he sees no reason, as he said, to discuss with a man who provokes every day and wants to cause conflict. This is his fanatical ideology and I thought it would bring additional damage and therefore I think it is pointless to meet him.
The head of the Serbian state, on the other hand, expressed his willingness to talk with the European representatives. Further, he made a strange statement: We must understand one thing, that Kosovo is an independent state for most EU countries. It is their child. They’ve taken care of him since he was in the cradle, now he’s a teenage place and a bit troubled, but they still take care of him. Our position is very difficult, everything that applies to Ukraine does not apply to Serbia, but this is the right of the strongest that we have to get used to.
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After separate meetings the day before with Kurti and Vučić in Brussels, the head of foreign policy of the European Union, Josep Borrell, affirmed that an agreement has been reached on the need to hold new elections in the four municipalities inhabited by Serbian majority in the north of Kosovo. He said that after more than four hours of discussions, the two leaders are clear about the seriousness of the situation in the north, but they have different approaches and interpretations of the situation.