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Russian Ambassador: Serbia to Count on Russia’s Unambiguous International Support

Source: Beta
News / Politics | 15.05.24 | access_time 16:06

Photo: Serbian Government/Slobodan Miljevic

During a May 15 meeting between Serbian Prime Minister Milos Vucevic and Russian Ambassador Alexander Botcan-Kharchenko, the diplomat said that “regarding the matters of vital interest,” Serbia could count on "unambiguous support on the international stage".

The ambassador delivered to Vucevic a letter by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, congratulating his Serbian counterpart on taking over the duties of office and wishing him every success, the Government of Serbia reported in a press release.

"To preserve regional stability is of strategic importance for Serbia," Vucevic said, adding that a draft resolution on Srebrenica genocide to be passed by the U.N. General Assembly was a "sensitive issue that does not contribute to deepening cooperation and building good neighborly relations in the region." The Serbian PM also said that a decision by the authorities in Pristina to ban the use of the Serbian dinar in Kosovo undermined the position of Serbs living in Kosovo, as it "greatly complicates the lives of our citizens in the southern Serbian province and makes the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue a more distant prospect.”

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