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Hoxhaj: Tadic – inciter of violence in the north

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj, in an interview for the daily Swiss paper Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) has directly accused the President of Serbia, Boris Tadiq on inciting the violence in the North.

Minister Hoxhaj said that Serbia continued to support the criminal structures in the north and which he is serving with a political agenda.

“Serbia’s President Tadiq, the ministers of the Serbian government, have incited violence in the North. The dramatic development during the past days are organized and funded by the Government in Serbia. Serbia’s dialogue envoy enters Kosovo illegally and delivers speeches which remind you of the wars in the ‘90’s. Serbia has still not managed to process its future through”, stated Hoxhaj while responding to the editor of this newspaper Christoph Plate.

He further continued saying that the Republic of Kosovo and its people desire security, stability and peace.” We will respect the Constitution and the agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kosovo and KFOR. We will respect the rights of Serbs, but there is no way that we will allow Serbia to interfere in our affairs”, warned Hoxhaj.

Speaking of the north, Minister Hoxhaj said that criminal structures are installed in the north which continues to receive the powerful support of Belgrade. “Above all, there is crime there as well as organized criminals who control the smuggling and other means of crime. They are very interested to live in full freedom where no law functions while Belgrade makes sure to take them in protection” Hoxhaj added. 

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