Igor Simic, vice-president of the Serbian List, on the occasion of the expiry of the deadline for re-registration of cars by Serbs in Kosovo, said that “it is clear that Kurti does not intend to give up the plan”.
Even, according to him, the prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, “wants to violate the peace in a more direct way, create tensions…”.
“From the first day when he started governing in Pristina, his intentions were seen in his mind and actions. In this sense, the reaction of the Serbian people and the Serbian List is normal and this is best reflected in the warning we sent a few days ago”, Simic is quoted as saying to Pink TV.
As Simic thinks, there is no Serb who is willing to voluntarily give up his country Serbia, nor to replace his license plates issued by Serbia.
“In this sense, the reaction and response is very clear. The imposition of the first fine will be the reason for a strong reaction to Kurti’s plan to disenfranchise Serbs, confiscate their property and deny them the right to free movement. said Simic further.
Otherwise, the new measures for license plates come into force on November 1, while with the new government position, only the reprimand measure will be valid until the 21st of this month.
Meanwhile, from November 21 to January 21, the fine measure will be in effect, and from January 21 to April 21, there will be trial license plates.