Kosovo PM Kurti: Serbian President acted nervously after my speech
Kosovo prime minister, Albin Kurti, said
Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic acted nervously following his speech at a
meeting of the EU and Western Balkan leaders held at the Munich Security
Conference late on Friday.
Talking to Radio Free Europe (RFE) after
the meeting which was close to media, Kurti said that he held no direct meeting
with Vucic. “I have not met Vucic, we were in a roundtable, when all the
Western Balkan leaders were invited,” Kurti said after attending the conference
focusing on regional cooperation.
Asked to comment the meeting behind closed
doors, that Vucic described as tense, Kurti said that he does not want to give any
details, referring to the “Chatham House Rule.” However, Kurti admitted the
discussion at the roundtable was tense. “He (Vucic) felt very pressured, under
some enormous pressure, and there it came his nervous reaction,” Kurti said.
Serbian President Vucic told Serbia’s state TV RTS that debate with Kurti was fierce and he managed to defend the interests of Serbia and Serbs in the best possible way. “It was fierce. I cannot give details. I fought for Serbian interests and for the Serbian people, which is my job. I spoke the truth and I am proud of that,” Vucic told the RTS. /GazetaExpress/