Vucic warned of a visit to Kosovo, Pristina: You will be arrested if you enter without permission
The Minister of the Interior of Kosovo, Xhelal Sveçla, has reacted after the warnings of the Serbian President Aleksandër Vucic that if he is given "democratic permission" he will go to Graçanica and then to Pristina.
Asked by the media if the Serbian president will be arrested if he enters Kosovo without permission, he emphasized:
"Without any doubt. How do you think that someone, a foreign citizen, can enter the Republic of Kosovo without the permission of the Kosovo institutions. What are the consequences? The consequence is that you simply don't have a state if the head of another state enters your territory without permission."
Days ago, Vučič said that as soon as he is given "democratic permission" he will go to Graçanica and then to Pristina, stressing that he will not ask Prime Minister Albin Kurti for permission either.
The head of the government of Kosovo said that when Vučič will send the request, he will analyze it with his highest seriousness and sincerity.