Kosovo buys 14 military vehicles from Turkey, Vucic expresses his reservations

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The news regarding Kosovo’s purchase of 14 military motor vehicles from Turkey in order to modernize and strengthen its border security capacities, wasn’t received well by the Serbian president, Aleksandar Vucic.

According to Vucic, this step undertaken by Prishtina is in violation of resolution 1244 and this is the reason why Serbia disagrees with it.

“We will tell our partners in Turkey about everything they gave them. But we want people to know this,'” said the Serbian president to Serbia’s TV Pink.

On the other hand, Vucic thanked the General Secretary of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, with whom he spoke regarding the issue, and according to the Serbian president, he holds a clear stance on the topic.

“Their and our army, – we don’t need to compare ourselves, because we want to keep the peace, it’s not the same category. This is not the time of the 1990s, now things are completely different,” noted Vucic.

During his interview, Vucic also added that the dialogue with Prishtina will continue in Brussels during the month of July.

The former Commander of the Security Forces of Kosovo, general Kadri Kastrati declared during an interview that now, they are ready to protect the borders.

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