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Aleksandar Vucic, general secretary of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS), announced today that it is unnecessary to arrest general Ratko Mladic to continue negotiations with the EU because Brussels will continue to blackmail Serbia into recognizing the independence of Kosovo and Metohija as a precondition for membership in the EU.

Emphasizing that the SRS will not support a government that will extradite Mladic, Vucic said at a press conference that Serbia is not the hostage of General Mladic but of an erroneous and poor policy on the part of the government.

"We cannot help but ask the question how long is the list of acts of blackmail to which Serbia supposedly must agree," said Vucic, adding that Kosovo is a billion times more important to the citizens of Kosovo than a million European Unions.

Vucic said that Serbian deputy premier Miroljub Labus' resignation was an immoral act because G17 Plus will continue to support the government as long as negotiations on Kosovo are ongoing.

He said that the SRS expects early parliamentary elections to be called by the end of the year.

Vucic denied that the acting president of the SRS Tomislav Nikolic met recently or is supposed to meet with Serbian president Boris Tadic and prime minister Vojislav Kostunica, as some media reported yesterday.

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