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"You are our only hope": Serbians from Kosovo appeal to Putin for help

They ask Putin "to not let the recognition of Kosovo at the international level"
14:19, 29 June 2018

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The Serbians from Kosovo appealed to President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the open letter. The full text of the letter signed by the representatives of the movement of Serbians in Kosovo and Metohija "Homeland" was published on June 28 by Eadaily.

In the letter, the Serbians ask Putin to not let the recognition of Kosovo at the international level.

Particularly, they call the Serbian authorities "too pliable" because the bodies of the state power were closed at the territory of Kosovo and "the system of the justice, police and defense of the civilians were passed to the separatists."

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Moreover, the representatives of the movement are sure that president of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic prepares the signing of the peace agreement "with the separatists from Pristina" and it will reinforce "the real separation of Kosovo and Metohija from Serbia."

Due to this, the Serbians from Kosovo ask Putin "to not agree", if the agreement is signed and Belgrade will ask the place for Kosovo in the UN.

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"Until there is the Resolution 1244 that says that Kosovo and Metohija are Serbia, they are Serbia," the representatives claim.

"We hope that some next authority in Serbia will cancel all anti-constitutional and anti-state agreements signed by the current regime. Until this time, you are our only hope that the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo will never be recognized at the international level," the message said.

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Earlier the Serbian Radical Party, which is in opposition to the acting government and the second largest party in the parliament, is planning to put for voting the recognition of the occupied Crimean peninsula Russian territory.

However, Vucic claimed that Serbia did not recognize Crimea as a part of Russia because it would mean the support of the independence of Kosovo. At the same time, Vucic reminded that in 2014 Belgrade did not support the sanctions against Moscow, however, it clearly states about its European ambitions.

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