Deputy PM: Platform will offer concrete suggestions
Serbian Deputy PM Aleksandar Vucic has stated that in the platform for the dialogue with Priština Serbia will offer tangible proposals, not just red lines.
(KosovoCompromiseStuff) Friday, October 26, 2012
"For the first time, we will make tangible suggestions," he said on Thursday responding to MPs questions in the parliament and added that prior to the publication of the platform all political parties would be consulted.
"The government is willing to hear out their opinion and arguments about the document," the deputy prime minister said and assessed that it could be a problem for everyone to accept the platform.
He noted that he could not specify more for the time being since the platform was still classified as a "government secret".
"We will not have a good enough solution and whatever is done on the Kosovo issue will not be either good or clear enough," Vucic noted.
Pointing out that he was willing to share responsibility and blame with everyone in the parliament, he promised MPs that he would get all the documents the government adopted on the Kosovo issue and that there would be more opportunities to discuss Kosovo than was the case in the previous mandate.