Czech President Milos Zeman indicated that China, Serbia and Turkey could be mediating countries in the Russo-Ukrainian war.
Zeman, who was received at an official ceremony in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, where he came as part of his farewell visits, met his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic.
Zeman and Vucic, who signed a protocol to promote cultural cooperation, held a joint press conference.
Czech President Zeman stated that he welcomed Serbia’s condemnation of Russia for what it had done in Ukraine, and said: “No country should attack its neighbor, we should not allow it. I said this in China as well. Personally, China, Serbia and Turkey can be mediating countries.” Use the phrase.
Zeman said that the renovated Czech House in Belgrade will enhance economic and cultural cooperation, and thanked the Serbian people for their friendship in the past and today.
Emphasizing that Zeman is a very popular leader in Serbia, Vucic said: “The two countries have signed many joint projects. Today, we will open the Czech House after its renovation.” He said.
Stressing their condemnation of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Vucic said: “We respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity. We will continue to send humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Serbia is one of the few countries that do not impose sanctions on Russia. We can explain this with our experiences regarding sanctions and territorial integrity.” . He said.
With Milos Zeman completing his 5-year term, former Czech Chief of the General Staff Petr Pavel won the presidential elections held on January 28 in the Czech Republic, according to unofficial results.
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