The EU should recognize that Albanian politicians are the main threat to peace and stability not only in the Balkans but also in Europe.
This is what Serbian First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister has told the website euractiv.com, Beta is reporting on Wednesday.
Asked to comment on Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj’s statement to a Greek newspaper that “the narrative of a ‘Great Albania’ is neither on the agenda of the Kosovo elite nor of the Albanians in general,” Dacic said it was “completely absurd.”
“Coordinated statements of Edi Rama, Hashim Thaci and Jonuz Musliu, demonstrate that Greater Albania is the primary goal of all Albanians,” Dacic said.
“I deeply regret that the European and international community, and particularly the EU, having Western Balkan been its immediate neighbor, do not react to the fact that Albanian politicians are the main threat to peace and stability not only in the Balkans but also in Europe, as well,” Dacic stressed.
The EU needs to protect its founding principles and achievements if they are still valid and respected, he added.
“We are witnessing another attempt at deceit, as Kosovo promoters had tried in 1998 when they claimed that the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) was established by Serbian secret police,” the minister said.
“Regretfully, the whole world and international community believed them at that time, and Serbia was bombed, which was not in accordance with the international law. I deeply hope that nowadays they will not believe in the lies of Kosovo politicians and take them for granted,” Dacic warned.
On a number of occasions, Serbia proved to be a reliable partner to the international community, as it did not provoke anyone but on the contrary, it extended a hand of cooperation regionally, he added.
“I want to believe that Europe and international community outweigh acts over lies and deceits,” Dacic said.