PM Rama Rebuffs President Vucic Saying Serbia Has Lost the War, Kosovo Is a State

Albanian prime minister Edi Rama has commented the controversial statement of Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic who on Thursday threatened Kosovo by warning that the lack in solving the normalization of relations could end like Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Rama said that it is unlikely to see Kosovo and Serbia involved in a new war and Vucic’s statement are empty threats. “Serbia has lost the war. Kosovo is an independent and democratic state,” Rama said in a TV talk show on Thursday evening.
Speaking to media on Thursday after a meeting with Quint Ambassadors to Belgrade Vucic said that a compromise should be reached “rather sooner than later,” mentioning the case of Nagorno-Karabakh, which he said was a frozen conflict. “When someone thaws it that could be catastrophic." Vucic also said the “lessons from the 1990s” should be learned, and that Serbia’s message was to continue the dialogue with Pristina.
Vucic’s statement triggered reaction of Kosovo leaders, who condemned Vucic’s war inciting rhetoric and urged the EU, NATO to react.