The Serbian leader criticized Germany’s reaction to the request sent to the International Mission under the auspices of NATO in Kosovo and Metohija (KFOR) for the return of Serbian security forces to the region.
“Instead of a response from KFOR, we received orders from different sides, especially from Germany, from its foreign minister, to the ambassador in Pristina, who expressed that the return of forces was unacceptable to them,” Vucic said.
“I want to ask them if they became KFOR commanders or members of the United Nations Security Council, since it was that body that adopted this resolution,” he said.
In his opinion, it is obvious that Germany considers the Balkans its own space and wants total dominion over it, while inhabitants this región must be completely obedient to German interests and blindly follow them.
Earlier, Vucic called German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock’s statements about the situation in Kosovo and Metohija hypocritical.
According to Baerbock, Serbia’s rhetoric is allegedly increasing the tension around Kosovo and its proposal to send forces is absolutely unacceptable.
Vucić announced on December 10th that Serbia would submit a request to the International Mission under the auspices of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Kosovo and Metohija to deploy 1,000 Serbian security personnel in the region in accordance with Resolution 1244 of the UN Security Council.