Speaking at a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dacic said that Haradinaj will remain a war criminal for Serbia.
He noted that many from Haradinaj's defence are trying to present the case as political, which is not true.
Serbia suspects Ramush Haradinaj, leader of the former "KLA", of war crimes against civilians in Kosovo in 1998 and 1999.
He was arrested on 4 January at the border of Switzerland and France, according to Interpol's wanted list, and then Serbia sent France a request for his extradition, on which the Court of Appeal in Colmar will state its decision on 2 March.
Dacic said that Serbia has to be in dialogue with Croatia, but that Croatia should not expect that our country will applaud to a monument to Alojzije Stepinac and rehabilitating the ustasha movement in that country.
He stressed that it is Serbia's obligation to respond to rehabilitation of the ustasha movement in Croatia, which is also Croatia's obligation as EU Member State.
The First Deputy Prime Minister underlined his opposition to the rehabilitation of war criminals and collaborators of the occupiers in Serbia, but even more rehabilitation of the NDH and crimes against Serbs and Jews.