Serbia asked its staff working in Serbian embassy in Macedonia on Monday. The recall came following in protest at so-called “offensive actions” correspondence with a report that Skopje was attending diplomatic light to tighten Kosovo membership of the United Nations cultural agency The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) based in Paris.
Kosovo was the former Serbian province, which declared its independence in the year 2008 following a decade after The North Atlantic Treaty Organization also called the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) air strikes that ousted Serbian Defence and stopped a two-year bloodshed on ethnic Albanians.
Kosovo has been recognised by 114 countries including the Republic of Macedonia (Macedonian) and EU members, Serbian allies, China and Russia, are still keeping a block for its full membership of the UN.
The president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic recalled his embassy staff from the Macedonia for a consultation on an effort of intelligence communication that there had been an “offensive actions” against Serbs. But he did not very elaborate.