Vucic says he has “sleepless nights” because of the Quint, expects “one of the most difficult days” for Serbia

NEWS 21.10.202315:06 0 komentara
Tanjug/ Rade Prelić

“Today will probably be one of the most difficult days for me and Serbia, since I know what the representatives of Quint are bringing, I have sleepless nights because of that, I don't know if I would shout or cry over it, but we will succeed in not giving Serbia as a gift to anyone and Serbia will remain ours”, said the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, speaking to members of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) a few hours ahead of the meeting with the representatives of Quint countries.

At an event to mark 15 years since the establishment of the SNS in Sabac, Vucic said that „the big, strong, strongest and mighty are coming“, and that Serbia is a small country.

„We have to protect the people and children, and I can promise that I will protect Serbia,“ Vucic told the SNS members.

He stressed that he will fight with all his strength „no matter how many there are, no matter how strong they are“ and promised to protect Kosovo and the Serb people there.

Representatives of the so-called Big Five are EU Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, US envoy for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar, and diplomatic advisers of the leaders of France, Germany and Italy. They visited Pristina on Saturday, and in the afternoon they will arrive in Belgrade to meet with Vucic.

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