Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, said regarding the burning of the Holy Quran in Sweden, “I can’t believe that such an event is happening in a country that is part of the West. This is a great tragedy.” He said.
Dacic, his counterpart Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu After the meeting with the joint foreign ministry Press Conferencespeak in it
Dacic warned that burning holy books in a country might be the first step towards burning people, and said, “I can’t believe that such an event is happening in a country that is part of the West. This is a great tragedy.” Make an evaluation.
“For 10 years in particular, we have heard a lot of lessons from these areas, they have tried to teach us a lot.” Dacic said that despite the wars in the former Yugoslavia, he had not heard of any books being burned anywhere or in the region.
Dacic emphasized that the incident was “very ugly”, and said that states should deal with this issue seriously.
Ivica Dacic noted that the incident in question would not produce positive results in any way, and that these incidents could attract the hatred of the entire world.
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