NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had a telephone conversation with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucicic. The interview took place on Monday, November 7th.
During the conversation, the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance called on the Serbian President to refrain from steps that could lead to an escalation in Kosovo and to refrain from unilateral actions that threaten peace and stability. About it reported November 7 on the website of the Vučić administration.
For his part, the President of Serbia pointed out to the NATO Secretary General that Pristina, by its unilateral steps, grossly violates the Brussels Agreement. He stressed that despite this, Serbia insists on maintaining peace and stability and remains committed to this. Stoltenberg pointed out that “NATO appreciates cooperation with Serbia from the position of a military-neutral country.”
Earlier, the Serbs decided to leave all political institutions of the self-proclaimed Kosovo. The Serb leader from Kosovo and Metohija indicated that this decision will work until Pristina forms the Community of Serbian Municipalities and waives fines for motorists who have not changed their Serbian registration plates.