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Serbian people against anti-Russian sanctions; says Prime Minister

Serbian people against anti-Russian sanctions; says Prime Minister

Belgrade Oct 13 (Prensa Latina) The Serbian people rejects to apply sanctions against Russia, affirmed today the Prime Minister, Ana Brnabic, in the middle of the pressures by the West.

Will the new Serbian government analyze the possibility of applying punitive measures against Moscow, asked the head of government, who affirmed that the pressure to do so from Western powers will continue against the new executive, which will closely follow this issue.

But we want to state our position that the imposition of restrictions ‘to a large extent does not meet the interests of the Serbian nation’, the high official declared.

Nor are sanctions something that our people can support, because in the 1990s we were under restrictions and we know their negative consequences, without this changing the national policy of a country at all, Brnabic said, quoted by local television.

We are now in a very specific situation, because many of the countries that are now demanding that we join the sanctions against Russia are far from respecting Serbia’s territorial integrity or the most elementary principles of international law, she denounced.

Recently, Serbian President Alexander Vucic recalled at the UN the flagrant violation of international law by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) when it bombed his country in 1999.


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