Vucic: I don’t care what fools at home and abroad will say, I work for Serbia

NEWS 03.12.201913:51
Tanjug / Zoran Žestić

Aleksandar Vucic, Serbia’s President, said on Tuesday his country would additionally reform its army but would stop purchasing weapons and smartly develop the whole defence system, lot of what could be learned from Belarus, the Beta news agency reported.

Speaking at the joint news conference with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, who is on a two-day visit to Serbia, Vucic said that “we’ll be much stronger, more mobile and faster.”

Vucic said that was a topic in his talks with Lukashenko.

He added he didn’t care “what some fools here and in other countries will say about it,” because he worked in the interests of Serbia.

Commenting on the economic cooperation, Vucic said he was always ready to tell “our people” to try Belarus products, adding Serbia’s people perhaps were not well informed about what that country had to offer.

He said Serbia had bought many machines for firefighters and those for the Bor and Majdanpek mines.