Serbia’s President, Aleksandar Vucic, said he would do his best to punish the perpetrators of mass attacks in the country with the harshest punishments.
Speaking to Radio Television Serbia (RTS), Vucic said, “Today, if we do not properly punish the perpetrators of the attacks, it will be our direct fault that similar attacks occur after 15-20 years.” He said.
Vucic stated that he visited the Vladislav Rybnekar Primary School, where 10 people were killed in the armed attack on May 3, and said: “Later, I visited the Dobona and Malo Oraje districts where the other attack took place. I spoke to the relatives of the victims. The people I spoke to wanted the perpetrators severely punished.” Use phrases.
The Serbian leader stressed that the large rally planned for Friday, May 26 in Serbia, was not held “to measure popularity” or “out of stubbornness,” and said, “The rally is an attempt to prove that what someone does is not only meaningless, but that it will not be challenged in such things.” He said.
Arguing that elections are the best option in a crisis situation, Vucic noted that people who were worried about their safety after the attacks took to the streets to turn things around at the opposition’s invitation, and suggested that the opposition had abused it. This situation.
– “Escobar should re-read the Brussels Agreement”
Referring to the dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo, Vucic criticized the statement of the US Special Representative for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar, that they are waiting for Pristina’s proposal to create the Union of Serbian Municipalities (ZSO).
Pointing out that Escobar forgot some of the provisions of the Brussels Agreement signed between the two countries, Vucic said: “Escobar should read the Brussels Agreement again. Pristina has no authority in this matter.” He said.
Recalling that EU High Representative Josep Borrell blamed Serbia for not imposing sanctions on Russia, Vucic said, “Borrell is right. Serbia is the only country that does not impose sanctions on Russia. Serbia is the only country that pursues an independent policy. We will try to keep this as much as possible.” What we can. When we cannot, we will inform our citizens about it. For a year and three months, we managed not to change our position on this issue. ” He said.
source: Balkan News
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