Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on June 20 that he would not allow the Montenegrin parliament's adoption of a resolution on Srebrenica to "collectively stigmatize every member of our people," as the resolution was general and "does not mention the individuals who committed these horrific acts."
Answering a journalist at a Police Day celebration, Vucic said that as long as he was president of Serbia he would not sign any resolution on Srebrenica passed by the Serbian parliament, and that two such documents had been proposed.
According to him, those who advocate adopting a resolution on Srebrenica in Serbia want to "curry favor with certain ambassadors, expecting that they will bring them to power one way or another." He said it was "clear as day" that the Montenegrin parliament's resolution on Srebrenica "goes against the vital interests of the Serb people."
"We responded calmly. I didn't say one word, nor do I care about them. I want nothing to do with them, they can do their jobs however they like," Vucic said, adding that Montenegro had interfered in something that was none of its business, since Srebrenica was not in Montenegro.