A meeting of the Council for National Security started on Monday around 13:00 CET in the Presidency of Serbia in Belgrade.

The meeting is dedicated to announcements coming from Pristina about the formation of an army in Kosovo, and to the Kosovo Assembly’s request to suspend the dialogue with Belgrade until Ramush Haradinaj has been freed in France.

The meeting was scheduled by Serbian President Tomisav Nikolic last week, and is today also attended by PM Alesksandar Vucic, army chief Ljubisa Dikovic, ministers of defense, justice, and interior affairs, the head of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, and a state secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Vucic on Sunday said that he “expects to get information from all departments about what is happening in Kosovo and Metohija and the surroundings.”