The President of Serbia plans to discuss the situation in Kosovo with Putin

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The President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic plans to meet with Vladimir Putin. In the course of the conversation he intends to ask for support in the Kosovo issue, and to discuss other issues, he told reporters.

According to Vucic, he would like that Serbia was a country of peace and economic prosperity. «I will ask the support of President Putin in all international forums,» — said the head of the Republic.

Answering the question about the possibility of providing Russia’s military support for Syria, Vucic answered in the negative, explaining that he does not wish for his country, there were major military conflicts.

According to Serbian media, the heads of two States will take place on the second of October in Moscow.

Full combat readiness

On Saturday the President of Serbia was ordered to lead the country’s armed forces, and special and special interior Ministry units in high readiness.

This decision was taken due to the actions of the Kosovo special forces. About 60 special forces soldiers of the interior Ministry of the breakaway Republic ROSU took up positions around the accumulation lake of HPP «Gazivode», and also joined the centre for ecology and sports near the dam in the Northern part of the province.

HPP «Gazivode» controlled by Belgrade. According to the President, the expenses of the authorities on the station infrastructure and maintenance and the lake dam made about two million euros.

The Status Of Kosovo

In 1999, NATO intervened in an armed confrontation between the army and the Serbian police and Albanian separatists of the Kosovo Liberation army started to bomb from the air Yugoslavia, which at that time consisted of Serbia and Montenegro.

In March 2004, Kosovo Albanians staged riots, because of which the Serbian population massively fled the region. It was also destroyed many monuments of Serbian history and culture.

In February 2008, the Kosovo Albanian structures in Pristina unilaterally declared independence from Serbia. A self-proclaimed state does not recognize Serbia, Russia, Israel, Spain, China, Iran, Greece and other countries.