Vucic: I was most struck by the fact that Macedonia voted for the Resolution on Srebrenica

Aleksandar Vucic / Photo EPA-EFE/SARAH MEYSSONNIER /

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic tonight in an interview with TV Prva complained that the fact that Macedonia voted in support of the Genocide Resolution affected him the most. Vucic says that the fact that Montenegro voted "for" did not affect him because he expected it, but because he is disappointed by the vote from Macedonia.

- I was struck by Macedonia. Regardless of the story that it was the previous government, and the previous government will say that it is not us but the Albanians and there will be countless excuses. I invested the most in the relations with our Macedonian brothers and they will always be brothers for us, but the relationship is not fair. It turned out that Greece had a bigger "backbone" than Macedonia. That hit me and Montenegro didn't because I expected that - says Vucic.

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