At the UN General Assembly, Vucic accused the Western countries of brutally violating the charter by recognizing Kosovo.
The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, in his address to the UN General Assembly, accused the Western countries of having "brutally trampled" the Charter of the United Nations and Resolution 1244 by recognizing the independence of Kosovo, as well as "denying all the principles they defend today." ".
However, he pointed out, Serbia and all its institutions are working to preserve the dialogue with Pristina under the auspices of the European Union.
"That is our task. Dialogue is only possible if all of us, including the European mediators, stick firmly to what was agreed. The imbalance, which Serbia always has to give in to, does not lead to a solution to the problem. On the contrary," said Vucic.
At the UN, Vucic accused the authorities in Pristina and the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, of increased ethnically motivated violence against Serbs.
Serbia does not recognize the independence of Kosovo, which was declared in 2008.
The President of Serbia stated that today in Kosovo, naked violence is being used against the Serbs by the separatists of Albin Kurti.
"Only last week, Albin Kurti said in Brussels that the Serbs will pay and suffer. Is it possible to make a worse mockery of humanity and the international order. "Just a day later, right now, a new contingent of Serbs was taken away, arrested in his campaign of terror," he noted.
Vucic also said that the cynicism of the Kurti regime goes so far that even though the EU and America issued a statement condemning the violence of the authorities in Pristina, the number of attacks on Serbs jumped.