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Vucic, I will meet the UN, to counter Srebrenica resolution

Vucic, I will meet the UN, to counter Srebrenica resolution

'I am not optimistic, but the votes in favor may be fewer'

BELGRADE, 11 maggio 2024, 15:52

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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he plans to travel to New York again next week to address the U.N. General Assembly again and call for a vote against the Srebrenica genocide resolution. This document is expected to be submitted to the Assembly for consideration.
    Serbia opposes it, arguing that the real goal of the resolution is to place the stigma of 'genocidal people' on the Serbs, which Belgrade rejects, believing that there were heinous crimes in Srebrenica, including against Serbs, but that in no case can one speak of genocide against the Bosnian Muslim population, as established instead by international justice regarding the massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim civilians by Ratko Mladic's Bosnian Serb troops.
    Speaking Friday at an election rally of his conservative SNS party ahead of the June 2 administrative vote in Belgrade and dozens of other municipalities, Vucic said he was not overly optimistic about the outcome. However, it is possible that the votes in favor of such a resolution, supported by all the major Western powers, will ultimately be fewer than expected. "Can we defeat America, Germany, and the other major powers? It is difficult, But you will see that even for them, it will be very difficult to defeat Serbia," Vucic said at the rally held in Lazarevac, south of Belgrade.


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