Mitrovica - Serbian State Secretary in the Ministry for Kosovo, Oliver Ivanovic, has estimated that in Kosovo is forthcoming "hot summer in which there will be more sporadic incidents".
"Through dialogue we keep under the control the situation which is tensed and which every moment can escalate and to turn into some sort of incident, which is not in anyone’s interest", said Ivanovic on Radio-Television of Serbia.
He estimated that the situation could be kept under control only if the dialogue continues and reminded that in further discussions are upcoming difficult issues, such as telecommunications, which, although they look as technical, they always have political connotation.
"Kosovo is not a state and it cannot have a specific phone number. It is very important to resolve that question of our mobile and fix operators, because that what for the citizens would be of great importance" said Ivanovic.
Commenting some of the announcement that European Union wants a meeting between Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and the Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga, as well as, Serbia to open their diplomatic representation in Kosovo, Ivanovic noted that such formal requirements do not exist, reports B92.
"Meeting of two presidents would be indirect recognition, and I think that we will not that far get involved in that story", said Ivanovic and added that this is red line which should not be crossed.
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