Serbia’s Int Min: Why join EU if that means accepting Srebrenica genocide

ALEKSANDAR VULIN
Source: Tanjug/Sava Radovanović

Aleksandar Vulin, Serbia's Interior Minister, told pro-government Novosti daily on Friday that the creation of the so-called Serb world was "a key for survival" of the Serb nation and asked why Belgrade would become a European Union member if that meant to give up the truth about the Serbs and accept the 1995 Srebrenica genocide?

And continued: „If that means to apologise to the Croats for (the WW II concentration camp) Jasenovac, to give up our friends in the East and Republika Srpska (the Serb-dominated semiautonomous entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina).“

Vulin, who some observers say speaks what President Aleksandar Vucic thinks, said he was convinced of the necessity of „the ‘Serb world’ for the Serbs to be a united political nation, bring unique political decisions, and formulate them in Belgrade. That is the key to our survival.“

Vulin added he did not believe in a new war in the Balkans but said the most significant challenge was the creations of ‘Greater Albania,’ alluding to statements from Pristina and Tirana. Possibility of unification.

„Is it possible that (MEP) Viola Von Cramon, Zagreb, Pristina, Podgorica, Islamists in Sarajevo want us good and because of that attack the ‘Serb world’? I wouldn’t say. They all want us good, but that means there are fewer Serbs across the country’s borders and that Serbia has no influence whatsoever,“ Vulin said.

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