Serbian Foreign Affairs Ministry slams Croatia’s FM over statements on Serbia and Vucic

NEWS 25.02.202413:23 0 komentara
Gordan Grlić Radman
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Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a note of protest to the Embassy of Croatia in Belgrade regarding, as emphasised, the unacceptable statement of the Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gordan Grlic-Radman concerning Serbia.

According to the note, “the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia wishes to point out the complete unacceptability of the statements of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, Gordan Grlic-Radman, made on February 24, 2024, during N1 TV Zagreb Central News, directed against the President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and the Republic of Serbia as a whole.”

The Ministry pointed out that the aforementioned statements represented a “further continuation of building an atmosphere of hatred towards Serbia and the Serbian people and undermine the common policy of promoting peace and stability in the region.”

The Ministry said it expected the senior officials of Croatia to refrain from statements that represent interference in the internal affairs of Serbia and will lead a policy of reconciliation and good neighborly relations between the two countries, the protest note says.

Speaking to N1, Grlic-Radman said that Vucic will have to decide which side he would choose, alluding on his attempts to maintain good relations both with Russia and the European Union.

He also called Vucic a „Russian satellite,“ adding that „malign influence of Russia in the Western Balkans will not be allowed.“

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