Vuk Jeremić, President of the opposition People's Party and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia is calling for a national referendum to stop the implementation of the Franco-German plan for Kosovo. The plan was presented to Serbia as an ultimatum by the Western Powers who threatened to inflict severe economic and political damage on the country if Belgrade did not comply with the Diktat.
“When the Kosovo Albanians unilaterally declared independence 13 years ago, they were aggressively supported by some of the world's most powerful countries. It was not easy to tell all of them face to face in the UN Security Council that Serbia will NEVER accept that. I stand behind these words even today,” Jeremić wrote on Twitter.
“The referendum to reject the Franco-German plan for the independence of Kosovo is the only way to prevent what Vučić verbally agreed to in Brussels and Ohrid, which is a plan that divides Kosovo permanently and irreversibly,” the former Serbian Foreign Minister explained.
Although Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has verbally agreed to accept the plan under pressure from the European Union and Washington, he has not yet signed any agreement. Still, Jeremić accuses Vučić of placing himself above the people and the constitution by deciding on the issue of the country’s territorial integrity.