Vučić:”I believe in the new Serbian government, challenging times are ahead”

Speaking at the Serbian public broadcaster, RTS, the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vučić touched on a variety of topics that will be important for Serbia in the next period.

He noted that he would ask his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to help restart train production in Serbia. Vucic recalled that there were two factories producing train cars and engines in Serbia which could resume production with help from China. He added that he would also ask for help with the production of flying vehicles and investments in AI by Chinese companies. He also noted that Serbian exports to China grew 140 times in the last 10 years and that Serbia and China will sign a free trade agreement on July 1st.

He referred to Jinping as the most powerful man in the world and voiced satisfaction with the coming visit. Xi Jinping is due to pay an official visit to Serbia on May 7-8 as one of three destinations during his tour of Europe along with France and Hungary.

Furthermore, Vučić announced the launch of new flights to Guangzhou, Miami and Seoul from Belgrade.

Serbian President also expressed his confidence in the new Serbian government adding: “For me, the most important thing is that they (the government) achieve their goals, which are caring for people in Serbia, higher wages and the implementation of the Expo project. The government has to face the numerous problems and deal with dark political clouds that hang over Serbia, but we will fight together for Serbia’s progress”.

Speaking about the UN Resolution on the Srebrenica Genocide, he said that the resolution would be put up for a vote in the UN General Assembly probably on May 15th or 16th, adding that Poland, Estonia, Luxembourg, Croatia and Bulgaria offered to be the resolution’s co-sponsors.

He also expressed his deepest condolences to the victims of mass shootings that happened exactly a year ago in the Vladislav Ribnikar Elementary School in Belgrade and the village of Dubona. Vučić also mentioned that as a result of these tragic events, the Interior Ministry “has drastically increased the number of police officers in schools, as well as the number of school psychologists”.

(RTS, 04.05.2024)

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