The Russian media shows what Vucic asked for at the summit for Ukraine in Tirana

2024-02-28 16:29:00, Kosova & Bota CNA
The Russian media shows what Vucic asked for at the summit for Ukraine in Tirana
Aleksandar Vucic

Russian state media Tass has published an article about the summit on Ukraine that took place today in Tirana, where President Volodymyr Zelenksy also participated. 

In the article it is underlined that the Serbian president. Aleksandër Vu?i? has asked to exclude those clauses from the final declaration that foresee the further necessity to counterattack Russia.

Further, TASS, referring to the Serbian newspaper Vecernje Novosti, adds that the Serbian president insists against a paragraph in the statement that contains anti-Russian sanctions, as well as the paragraph expressing Russia's negative influence in the countries of the Balkan region.

The full article published during the conference: 

Serbian President Aleksandar Vu?i?, who will participate in the Ukraine-Southeast Europe summit in Tirana, Albania, will ask that the participants exclude those points from the final document that explicitly call for further confrontation with Russia, Vecernje Novosti newspaper writes. . 

Specifically, according to the newspaper, the Serbian president will insist that the final document contain a paragraph containing anti-Russian sanctions, as well as the part of the draft declaration that states that Russia exerts a negative influence on the countries of the region. Vucic's requests will also be related to the formulation of the statement for the participants of the summit, as it currently describes Kosovo as a country.

Vucic has repeatedly emphasized that Serbia is ready to implement all the commitments made earlier and that Belgrade intends to find compromises for the normalization of relations with Pristina provided that any affirmation of Kosovo's independence or possible membership in the UN is considered unacceptable. .

After the start of the special military operation in Ukraine, Vucic said in a speech to the nation after a meeting of Serbia's Security Council that his country supports Ukraine's territorial integrity, but will not impose sanctions on Russia. 

He said the Balkan nation was temporarily suspending military and police exercises with all foreign partners. Vucic said that Serbia considers Russia and Ukraine brotherly nations and regrets the events in Eastern Europe. He also said that Belgrade was ready to provide humanitarian aid to Kiev./ CNA 



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