The Chairman of the Committee on Kosovo-Metohija MA Milovan Drecun received the Member of the European Parliament Jean-Lin Lacapelle in the National Assembly House.
Drecun opened the meeting by noting that Serbia would never recognise the fake state of Kosovo, regardless of the present and evident pressures and political manipulations.
"Anyone who insists that Serbia recognises the fake state of Kosovo or agrees to its membership in the United Nations is affecting a strong internal destabilisation of Serbia, because this creates distaste for reaching any compromise agreement with Pristina in the public," Drecun emphasised.
He referred to the recent indictments for war crimes committed during the conflict in Kosovo-Metohija, against Hashim Thaci and other persons, stressing that they best prove and will show the extent of the crimes committed by the terrorist KLA against Serbs, Roma, as well as Albanians themselves. According to Drecun, they will prove that, as some foreign officials want to present, there was no genocide against the Albanians, but an ethnic cleansing of the Serbian people. Drecun also said that the working group of the Committee on Kosovo-Metohija has documentation that proves that KFOR and UNMIK had covered up the crimes committed by the KLA and is ready to present them for inspection.
The Chairman of the Committee on Kosovo-Metohija stressed that ethnic attacks still occur today on the territory of Kosovo-Metohija and that Serbs suffer significant terror from the special police units, which are the cause of the destabilisation of the North of Kosovo. What is particularly worrying, he said, is that a so-called Kosovo Army is being created with the strong support of NATO, US, Turkey, Germany and the UK, which endangers the security of the Serbian people and is contrary to Resolution 1244. He also pointed to the danger of the presence of a large number of jihadists in Kosovo, who use migrant routes for further transfer to the European Union.
MEP Jean-Lin Lacapelle pointed out that France also faces dangers from attacks by extreme Islamists, adding that he believed that Europe has not undertaken the right measures in this regard. However, he said that he would draw attention to the problems Serbia is facing in this regard in the European institutions. He went on to say that he supported the decision of Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic not to sign the Agreement on the path to the normalisation of relations between Kosovo and Serbia, with Drecun emphasising that Serbia was ready to reach an agreement on the normalisation of relations with Pristina, but not to recognise the fake state of Kosovo or its membership in international organisations.
Jean-Lin Lacapelle said that it is no coincidence that he is visiting Serbia on the anniversary of the bombing of Belgrade, reminding him that in 1999, the political party he belongs to was the only one against the Merciful Angel mission. He also pointed out that he visited the memorials of the victims of the bombing and expressed his deepest respect to them.