PM and President-elect Aleksandar Vucic has told TV Prva in an interview that Belgrade, too, would have “assistance from abroad” in the dialogue with Pristina.
Sputnik reported last week that former Finnish President and UN envoy for Kosovo Martti Ahtisaari would join Pristina’s team “the negotiating tram for cooperation between Belgrade and Pristina,” while former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright “and people close to NATO” would act as advisors.
Speaking on Monday, Vucic said:
“That decision is reached by consensus. Certainly those people enjoy a (good) reputation along a part of the world public, in our country it is negative, but it’s different in the world. We will also have people who will assist us, their names are no smaller that those. I am talking about people known around the world.”
However, Vucic would not reveal who they are.
During the same interview on Monday, Aleksandar Vucic said that Serbia has done everything to preserve stability – “and has, for now, been successful in this.”
According to him, Serbia “will continue to invest in its Army.”