PM: Pressure on Serbia Equal to the Hypocrisy of the Great Powers Causing It | Beta Briefing

PM: Pressure on Serbia Equal to the Hypocrisy of the Great Powers Causing It

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News / Politics | 03.10.22 | access_time 10:04


Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Oct. 2 that "the challenges that Serbia faces today are tremendous, our time is the hardest in the last two decades, since 1999," when "in the case of Serbia the principles of the Charter of the United Nations were brutally trampled."

At a ceremony marking Remembrance Day in honor of the Serbs, Jews and Roma killed in World War II at the Jajinci memorial complex outside Belgrade, Brnabic said "the pressure that Serbia is enduring today is directly proportional to the hypocrisy of the great powers pressuring us."

"The foreign policy of our state rests on two principles. We conduct our policy independently, in accordance with our national and state interests. The second, equally important, is that we lead it in line with international law, the principles and Charter of the U.N. and absolutely non-selectively," Brnabic said. She explained that "non-selectively means that the territorial integrity of internationally recognized states is inviolable, period, not that it is violable in the case of one state and inviolable for another."

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