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Serbia was strongly criticized for not introducing sanctions in opposition to Russia

“An open conversation with Josep Borelja and preparation for the continuation of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina. Serbia is strongly opposed to the non-introduction of sanctions against the Russian Federation. The talks will continue soon,” said the President of Serbia on his Instagram profile, after the meeting held on the second day of the Munich Security Conference.

President Vučić briefly met with Borelja yesterday in Munich and then announced that he will meet with the head of EU diplomacy again today.

The Head of Diplomacy of the European Union, Josep Borelj, stated, after the meeting with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, that the EU’s proposal on the normalization of relations with Pristina, as well as harmonization with the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), are crucial for Serbia’s European path.

“I met with the President of Serbia at the Munich Security Conference, ahead of the high-level dialogue that I will be present at on February 27. We discussed the need to move forward on the proposal on the normalization of relations with Kosovo and the importance of Belgrade’s alignment with the CFSP. Both things are key on Serbia’s path to the EU,” Borelj wrote on Twitter.

He’s dragging himself met with United States Secretary of State Anthony Blinkenwith the President of France Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Olaf Scholz.

On the second day of the Munich Security Conference, Vučić has a series of meetings.

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