Vucic: In three, four months I expect the worst situation since 1945

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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he expects that, in three to four months’ time, the situation in the world will be the worst since World War II, reported the Serbian state TV (RTS).

Commenting on the geopolitical situation, Vucic said there are many hotspots, and that the big powers’ attitude is something along the lines of “all’s well as long as it’s happening somewhere else.”

“That is how they think. In the long run, I don’t see that there is a solution, because things change, some resist the changes,” Vucic told the Serbian state TV (RTS).

He added that there are many violations of international acts, only some were very precise in determining and pointing a finger at those who have just violated the UN Charter, yet they were not too bothered about it when they violated it in the case of Serbia.

“But what can you do, this kind of hypocrisy and the game of international politics, whoever is stronger – oppresses, and that’s that. This is the basic principle of international politics, so we can just forget all their talk about international law. We, the small ones, we have to stick to international law because that’s the only thing we can hold onto, and these big ones, they will fight and fight, and get stronger and worse,” said the Serbian President.

Two years ago, on May 15, 2022, Vucic predicted the worst winter in the past 70 years, specifically, since the end of World War II. The reason for these gloomy forecasts was the beginning of the war in Ukraine and the looming energy crisis.