19 September 2006

No One Has The Right To Threaten Violence; But To Defend Oneself?

No one has the right to threaten violence and terror
Belgrade, Sept 19, 2006 - Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said late yesterday that the statement that ethnic Albanian separatists will use violence if the international community does not impose to Serbia a solution for Kosovo-Metohija directly harms not only the negotiations on the status of Kosovo, but the regional peace as well.
Kostunica said in a statement to the Beta news agency that no one has the right to threaten violence and terror and that it is necessary that the international community reacts immediately to this, so far, the bluntest threat. According to the Serbian prime minister, it has never occurred so far that the international community gives way to public blackmails and threats with violence. Serbia wants peace and talks, and it is the duty of the international community to immediately stop the threats of the ethnic Albanian separatists, the Serbian prime minister said.