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.