Tomislav Nikolic warns that Serbs in Kosovo live under the genocide threat and that every attempt of impose of Pristina Government institutions could lead to Serb exodus.
"What if Serbs move out. Who will accept the results of such genocide? This is one of the genocide definitions - when you expel 40,000 people, no matter whether they are women, men ( civilians) soldiers, and when you change the ethnic composition of the territory. That is genocide", said Nikolic in interview with the British" Guardian".
Serbian President in London stressed that "there is danger that Pristina would be ready to go that far". "The only armed forces which are there, besides international community, are Albanian. I am convinced that they would not mind to do that immediately", said Nikolic, it was published on the website of The Guardian. The Serbian president, however added, that only thing that prevents such an action is the presence of NATO forces.
Nikolic has indicated an intention to take a tougher attitude than its predecessors in negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina, noting that until now only from Serbia was asked to make concessions in efforts to resolve the dispute and that now they should seek bigger concessions from Pristina.
Nikolic urged the President of Kosovo Atifete Jahjaga to accept that she never will control the northern part of Mitrovica. When asked whether this means the partition of Kosovo, Serbian president said that "does not know" because 20 years ago, if someone said him that Yugoslavia would not exist , he would not believe that , neither that Serbia and Montenegro will split, reports Kim radio.
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