Serbia’s former president of the leader of the Social Democratic Party (SDS), Boris Tadic, said that he would not sign the European proposal for solving the Kosovo issue as it has been presented in public, adding that during his mandate, he refused to sign what the current government signed now “as the Brussels Agreement”.
„What I have seen so far and what has appeared in public, I would not sign. And unlike others, I’m not saying this in a demagogic way, but I stand behind it on my part, since I refused to sign what was later signed by this government as the Brussels Agreement,“ Tadic told the newspaper „Nova“.
He said that Serbia continued to make progress on the European path even after he refused to sign that agreement.
Commenting on the statement of Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, who said that it was easier for Tadic to negotiate on Kosovo because it was not possible to threaten the withdrawal of investments because there were none, the SDS leader said that the facts show that when he was in power, „in the circumstances of the greatest world economic crisis“ Serbia had more investments than the current government „in most years of the most favourable economic circumstances“.