Vučić: I was hurt by Macedonia’s vote on Srebrenica resolution


Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said on Friday evening that he was distressed by North Macedonia’s vote in the United Nations General Assembly in support of the resolution establishing Srebrenica genocide memorial day because he “had invested the most” in the relations with the country.

After returning from New York, where he spoke at the UNGA session that designated July 11 International Day of Reflection and Commemoration of the 1995 Genocide in Srebrenica, Vučić told Serbian TV Prva that unlike Montenegro’s vote, North Macedonia’s position hurt him more, regardless of “the stories about the previous government.”

“North Macedonia’s behavior was not fair because it seems to me that I have invested the most in our relations with our Macedonian brothers and they will always be our brothers,” Vučić said.

“It turns out that Greece which abstained from voting has more backbone than North Macedonia, whether we like it or not,” added Vučić.


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