MEMBER of the Presidency of the SNS, Nikola Selaković, responded to the accusations of “modern slavery” in Serbia.
Nikola Selaković’s statement is transmitted in its entirety:
MEP Viola von Cramon once again condemned the sensationalist tirade on Serbia, accusing it of no less than “modern slavery” and “trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labor exploitation”, in a way that once again confirms that its task is not to improve the level of democracy in our country. , but the satanization of Serbia.
We expect constructive criticism from Ms. von Cramon and any other MEP, which would be an incentive to change something for the better in Serbia, but her latest attack does not have such a goal, but behind it is an aggressive anti-Serbian and anti-Chinese agenda, which has nothing to do with human rights.
The highest state officials and competent authorities reacted urgently after media articles about the position of Vietnamese workers in one of the factories in Serbia, and it turned out that the facts had little to do with the image created in the ordered and coordinated political propaganda attack on Serbia.
Of course, Serbia will continue to take care of the protection of human rights, and Ms. von Cramon is welcome to help us with well-intentioned advice, but I indignantly reject the stigmatization of Serbia as a country in which there is “modern slavery.”
I remind you that in its first constitutive act, the Constitution of Sretenje, Serbia guaranteed freedom to every slave who set foot on its soil, and at that time many countries that today are known as instructors of democracy continued to practice or tolerate slavery. To this day, Serbia has remained firmly and unwaveringly loyal to the fundamental values proclaimed back in 1835.
I would like to add the anti-colonial tradition to our constitutional tradition, because Serbia, as a part of the former SFRY, actively supported the anti-colonial struggle of the enslaved peoples, and they got rid of today’s teachers of democracy.
After all, tens of thousands of Serbs were forcibly taken from their country as slaves during World War II, and I am sure there is no need to teach Mrs. von Cramon where they were taken and who took them, and how many, accordingly, it is insulting and absurd that he curses Serbia as a slave-owning country.
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