Lajçak met the Serbs of Kosovo, Bugajski asks him: When will you meet the Albanians in Serbia?
The expert on the issues of the Western Balkans, Janusz Bugajski, through a public response, has asked the special envoy of the European Union for Dialogue, Miroslav Lajçak, when he will meet the Albanian representatives in Serbia.
Bugajski made this comment after the meeting that Lajcak had with the mayors of the four Serbian municipalities in the north of Kosovo.
“When will you meet with the representatives of the Albanian community in Serbia to hear their complaints? Does the EU only listen when there is a direct threat of violence?”, Bugajski asks
Before leaving Kosovo today, I met with representatives of the Kosovo Serb community to hear from them about the recent developments and tensions in the north of Kosovo. pic.twitter.com/otq40p9pkt
— Miroslav Lajčák (@MiroslavLajcak) August 25, 2022
Likewise, the Serbian Civil Movement “Odgovor” reacted to this meeting, saying that these are representatives of Milan Radoicic’s criminal clan.
“These are not representatives of the Kosovo Serb community, but representatives of the criminal clan of Milan Radocic, to which you are giving legitimacy with this meeting. So, with this action, you give legitimacy to organized crime in the north and you are encouraging the escalation of tensions”, says their reaction.
These are not representatives of the Kosovo Serb community, but representatives of Milan Radočić’s criminal clan, which you are giving legitimacy to with this meeting.
With this move, you give legitimacy to organized crime in North, and encourage the escalation of the conflict! https://t.co/u34oKLzmBp
— Civil Movement Answer (@0dgovor) August 25, 2022
Meanwhile, the security expert, Agim Musliu, requested that Lajcak ask the Serbian representatives when they would like “NATO to go home”, alluding to the graffiti that appeared today in the north of the country.
“Have you asked the Serbian representatives, ‘when would they like NATO to go home?’ Today, they asked NATO to go home, through graffiti in the north of Kosovo”, writes Musliu on Twitter.
Did you asked Srtb representatives “when do you like NATO TO GO HOME”? Today they asked NATO to GO HOME with graphitts in north of Kosova
— Agim Musliu (@agim_musliu) August 25, 2022
Lajçak has been in Kosovo for two days, where he met with President Vjosa Osmani, Prime Minister Albin Kurti, as well as representatives of the opposition in the country. Today he is staying in Belgrade, where he is expected to meet Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić, within the framework of the normalization of Kosovo-Serbia relations.