Former Serbian ambassador to Belarus Srecko Djukic has said that "Serbia hasn't matured enough yet to impose sanctions against Russia and that it still has room to maneuver in terms of Russia and the EU, but that it is difficult to say how much."
"It is difficult to admit that a foreign political model has failed, that a seat must be given up, and that the time that is left no longer depends upon us, but foreign circumstances," Djukic, a member of the European Movement's Forum for International Relations, told the latest edition of the NIN weekly.
He added that, "It depends, for example, on the outcome of the war (in Ukraine), which is currently on a seesaw." Djukic also said that "it is not easy to bring a big decision on sanctions against Russia if (Russian President Vladimir) Putin is more popular here than in Russia or if support for the war here is greater than in Russia itself."
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