Vučić: “I will talk to Putin on Sunday.”

“I will talk to Vladimir Putin on the phone on Sunday,” announced Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, hoping that the conversation will be constructive and fair, with cooperation between the two countries and a new gas agreement as topics.

Regarding imposing sanctions against Russia, the Serbian President says Serbia has not changed its position for the last 90 days.

When Vučić recently announced what he would talk to Putin, the Kremlin responded that such a conversation is not scheduled, but could be arranged if necessary.

“I will talk to President Putin on Sunday at 11 a.m., even if others find that ridiculous. I hope it will be a proper, serious and responsible conversation. We will talk about the cooperation between the two countries, the gas agreement and other issues,” Vučić announced.

Speaking about Serbia’s refusal to impose sanctions against Russia, journalist Jovana Gligorijevic suspects that the Serbian public is not informed about all aspects of that decision and that a tense atmosphere has been created around the issue of the sanctions against Russia, as if it were a sports competition.

“It seems to me that the public is tired of the story of whether or not we will impose sanctions on Russia because no one has explained what the consequences are if we impose them and what will happen if we don’t. I think it is more reasonable to remain neutral,” Gligorijevic said.

The deputy chairman of the People’s Party, Miroslav Aleksić, announced that, as a future member of the Serbian Parliament, he will call for a debate on the Ukrainian issue in the new parliament convocation, because, as he said, it has not been revealed what exactly is on the table and it could well be that everything had already been decided.

(N1, 26.05.2022)


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