Vucic reacts for the first time: I warned about this situation in Brussels! The Serbs revolted, they don't want to suffer Kurti's terror
The President of Serbia, Aleksandër Vučić, has reacted for the first time after the attack in the north of Kosovo where the police officer, Afrim Bunjaku, was killed and three Serbian terrorists were executed.
In a statement to the media, Vucic said that he had warned about the occurrence of this situation earlier in Brussels, but few people listened and believed him.
"This is one of the most difficult days for our country, I apologize to the citizens for not speaking earlier, as you know since 1999 we have not had direct control and we had to investigate what happened so that we could we tell people the truth and prepare the ground for decision-making.
I will only talk about what happened and then I will give an assessment. Tonight at around 2:46, a group of Serbs put two trucks as a barricade in Banjska in the north of Kosovo, then the Kosovo police come trying to drive them away those barricades and then come to the conflict, in that conflict the police officer Afrim Bunjaku was killed and another person was injured. At 8:57 the Jarinje and Bërnjak administrative crossings were closed. The fight is still going on.
At 10:15, the Albanians announced that 4 Serbian municipalities were the area of the anti-terrorist operation. What really happened, let people know. Even though we have talked about this many times, even though I warned both in Brussels and in New York that this could happen, few people listened," said Vucic.
Furthermore, the Serbian Prime Minister said that the revolted citizens have risen and refused to suffer further the terror of Albin Kurti.
"Serbs and not from central Serbia, but with Kosovo and Metohija rebelled, not wanting to suffer Kurti's terror anymore. Since November 3, when Kurti replaced the commander of the northern region from Berlin, Djuric, they have used this. Call the Kosovo police for the 62nd time against the Serbs, 22 call-in attacks and over 40 movements directed at the Serbs", emphasized Vučič and said that in no way does he justify the killing of the Albanian policeman.