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Balkans |  Fucek: International law has been dead for 24 years

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that international law died in 1999 when NATO attacked his country.

Vucic, who attended the central ceremony held in the city of Sombor on the anniversary of the attack, addressed the audience.

Noting that this sounds like an ordinary bureaucratic sentence, Vucic said, “There could be nothing worse in the world than an attack on a small country that was struggling for its freedom, and which in 1989 and 1990 those who established a new order was disturbed by destroying the old one.” . He said.

Noting that the attack did not succeed in destroying the proud Serbian people, Vucic said: “We want peace, we don’t want war. We don’t want to clash with NATO or anyone else, but I must say we will defend our country if necessary.” He said.

The Serbian leader stressed the need to respect his country’s red lines, and said that Serbia is no longer an easy bulwark as it was in 1999, and that it needs to be strengthened and developed to face any possible attacks.

Recalling that 19 powerful states were involved in the attack on Serbia, Vucic said, “they carried out the attack not to protect someone, but to show their dominance in the world and to wrest Kosovo from Serbia.” Use his expressions.

Vucic emphasized that Serbia owns the future, and therefore tries to keep the peace, “For this reason, we do not want to enter into any conflict with Albanians, Bosnians, Croats and 19 powerful countries attacking one country.” He said.

source: Drones / Balkan News

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