“I informed the Ambassador of the Russian Federation, Botan-Kharchenko, about the political, legal and physical violence that Pristina uses against the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, and said that Serbia is in an exceptionally difficult situation. It is for this reason that the Republic of Serbia will demand the convening of a UN Security Council meeting to inform the entire world community about attempts to threaten peace and stability in the Western Balkans,” Vucic wrote.
Previously, the Serbian president has already made it clear that Belgrade wants to convene a UN Security Council meeting regarding the difficult situation around Kosovo and Metohija. In addition, Vučić stressed that Serbia would seek measures from KFOR (NATO peacekeeping contingent in Kosovo – note RG) to demilitarize the armed groups of Kosovars. In turn, Botan-Kharchenko noted that Russia agrees with Belgrade on the difficult situation in the northern municipalities of Kosovo and Metohija and supports the need to convene a meeting of the UN Security Council.