MP, member of the Presidency of SNS Goran Vesić said that the speech of the President of Serbia before the UN General Assembly in New York was statesmanlike, and that Aleksandar Vučić showed that he is one of the few leaders who has the courage to say how things really are in the world.
– If someone had told us two years ago that the world would face similar challenges, you would have said that we live in the 21st century and that it is impossible to talk about the lack of energy or the lack of food. And that is happening today – said Vesić.
He pointed out that Vučić, when he spoke about the preservation of territorial integrity, mentioned that many leaders before him said that the war in Ukraine was the first war in Europe after the Second World War, which is not true, because the first war in Europe took place in 1999. when NATO carried out aggression against the then FRY.
The world ignores that fact and that is why it is important that Vučić spoke about it, Vesić told TV Prva, as stated in the announcement.
As he said, the president speaks very clearly about the fact that the territorial integrity of Serbia was threatened in 1999, and after that Resolution 12 44 was passed, but the threat to the territorial integrity of Serbia continued, which led to some countries recognizing their self-proclaimed independence. Kosovo and Metohija directly threatens the territorial integrity of Serbia, as it does today of Ukraine.
He added that Vučić himself said what kind of pressures he was facing at the session of the UN General Assembly, regarding the introduction of sanctions against Russia and the pressures surrounding Kosovo and Metohija, which are constant and will only increase, as the war in Ukraine develops.
That is why it is most important that Serbia leads Serbian politics, which, he says, was the main message in President Vučić’s address – that Serbia sits on the Serbian chair.
– Our interest is not to participate in war, but our interest is not to clash with the world either. That is why President Vučić leads a very responsible policy. Serbia is part of Europe, Serbia shares the fate of Europe, we are on the road to the EU, we are militarily neutral, but we are not politically neutral, and that is the road that awaits us, and it will not be easy to stay on our own on that road, but so far we are succeeding – said Vesic.
He added that the bright spot in the future is the economic development of Serbia.
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