Will Serbia be forced to impose sanctions on Russia? Vucic is "not thrilled", but announced a change of course

The flags of Russia, Serbia and Belarus
The flags of Russia, Serbia and Belarus / Photo: Vitaly Timkiv / Sputnik / Profimedia

The Serbian president Aleksandar Vuќi. said today in the parliament that Belgrade may have to impose sanctions on Russia, reports "N1".

– I'm not enthusiastic about it, but I don't know how long we will last if we don't introduce sanctions. We are paying the price for not introducing them, but it is a matter of political commitment of our leadership - said Vucic.

He stated that he immediately made it clear that he did not like anything in the proposal of the European Union related to the solution of the Kosovo problem.

- I presented the worst details of the contract, to indicate the gravity of the situation, said Vucic.

The unbearable ease of irresponsibility haunts our people, said Vucic, noting that running the country requires enormous responsibility.

Deputies of the Serbian Parliament started a new extraordinary session today at which the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, presented the Report on the negotiation process with Pristina.

The report was formally submitted to the MPs by the Government of Serbia, the Office for Kosovo of the Serbian Government, as well as the little-known Office for Coordination Issues in the negotiation process with the institutions of self-government in Pristina.

After Vucic's speech, the discussion began. During the afternoon it happened incident by pushing between MPs from the government and the opposition who headed towards the place where Vucic was sitting.

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