DO NOT ASK for the Serbs to decide by force, you can be hurt by our choice, said today the Minister of Internal Affairs, Aleksandar Vulin, reacting to the views he expressed to the American Ambassador to Belgrade, Christopher Hill.
– From 2000 to 2012, Serbia was a country tailored to Ambassador Hill. Turned only to the West, at the door of the NATO pact, without the initiative to resolve the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, without the desire and will to defend the Republika Srpska, with the remnants of the army and the sold-out economy. For loyalty to those who bombed us, Serbia was rewarded with the declaration of independence of the so-called Kosovo, mass extraditions to the Hague tribunal, reduction of competencies to the Republika Srpska, looting privatization, unemployment, misery and social injustice – Vulin said in a statement.
As he pointed out, since Aleksandar Vučić led Serbia not in the West, but in the Serbian way, Serbia is again a state, not a territory, and Aleksandar Vučić is a statesman, “not a camp manager appointed by the occupiers.”
– The arrogance of the US ambassador reminds us that Hill was the executor of the policy of sanctions, rape and bombing of both the Republika Srpska and the Republic of Serbia. And he sees no problem or guilt in that. Serbia will go its own way, and the ambassador should manage those who allow it – said Vulin.
He emphasized that Serbia is a free and successful country and one should not decide when, except for oneself.
– And if the criterion for Serbia’s determination is who killed us and who did not, who recognized the so-called Kosovo, and who did not, I am afraid that Mr. Hill would have nothing to say in his defense. You are not asking for the Serbs to decide by force, you can be hurt by our choice – said the Minister of the Interior Aleksandar Vulin, reacting to the allegations of the US Ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill that elections must be made in life and that this is such a moment for Serbia there is only one way and that is the West and the European Union.
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