Vučić said he “would not sign an agreement” with Kosovo, which he had already formally agreed to


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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he would not sign an agreement on the normalization of relations with Kosovo, to which he agreed the day before. However, despite this, he seeks to achieve improved relations with Pristina.

Aleksandar Vucic said he would not sign legally binding documents from Kosovo. The Serbian president argues that Belgrade does not recognize this country as independent.

The agreement will mean the recognition of Kosovo

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said that the signing of the Serbian President on the agreement would mean recognition from Belgrade. So now Vučić denies his intention to sign it.

I didn't want to sign either the implementation annex agreement last night or the EU-backed agreement. I do not want to sign any international legally binding documents from Kosovo because Serbia does not recognize its independence,” Vučić said.

At the same time, the Serbian president said that he was striving to normalize relations with Kosovo, saying that “one cannot live in isolation behind a 100-meter wall.”

Serbia and Kosovo reach historic agreement

The day before, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell said that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti had reached an agreement on normalizing relations between the two countries at talks in North Macedonia.

The verbally agreed agreement states that Kosovo should grant greater self-government autonomy to ethnic Serb-dominated municipalities, while Serbia will not block Kosovo's accession to international organizations.

At the same time, the European Union committed itself to organizing a donor conference within 150 days to create an investment and financial assistance package for Kosovo and Serbia.

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