Reaction by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic

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DFollowing a concurrent statements by US Ambassadors in Belgrade, Pristina and Tirana, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic pronounced that a statements of Rama, Thaci and Musliu on a joint of all Albanians and a origination of a Greater Albania were not “careless” or “not really careful” as a Ambassadors had said, though they were dangerous. Dangerous for assent and fortitude of a Balkans and Europe.

“Would a Ambassadors have done so lukewarm statements had Skopje, Greece’s Epirus segment or Montenegro’s Ulcinj been mentioned, as Musliu put a Serbian city of Nis within a borders of a Greater Albania? They would have positively reacted some-more neatly – as if a conflict on Serbia were something that could be tolerated.

As prolonged as such statements are not clearly seen as a hazard to assent in a region, Albanians will continue with provocations, like Musliu did currently with a story that it was time for unification, that is a charge for a prosecutorial bureau to understanding with, as nowhere in a universe is it authorised to call for a defilement of territorial firmness of a country. This should not be a box in Serbia either, and a fact that Serbia is calm in a reactions and wants to play a constructive purpose in a segment does not meant that Serbia is weak. On a contrary, it is a thoughtfulness of a strength and joining to peace.

One thing is for certain, these statements are not careless, and they are a transparent thoughtfulness of a height of a Greater Albania common by all Albanians. Yesterday it was Kosovo, currently it’s Nis, and tomorrow it will be Skopje, and so on and so forth.

Please do not be careless, Your Excellencies, and destroy to see this on time, until it is too late”, says a matter by Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16411-reaction-by-first-deputy-prime-minister-and-minister-of-foreign-affairs-of-the-republic-of-serbia-ivica-dacic