President of Serbia Vucic In 1999, he turned to NATO representatives with the question of what right the alliance had to kill civilians in the country.
According to Serbian President RIA Novosti Alexander Vucic On the anniversary of the “NATO” bombing of Yugoslavia, he asked the NATO leadership about the killing of civilians.
“It’s been 24 years since you took part of our country and killed children and civilians, military and police. Where do you get the right to kill our army and police, who gives you this right?!” said Vuvić.
The President of Serbia recalled that the troops of the alliance attacked a sovereign and free country. In his opinion, NATO representatives, trying to avoid a “humanitarian catastrophe”, justified the fact of bombing by arming rebel groups in a free country.
According to Vuvic, those who launched the “NATO” offensive did not receive the official legal approval of the UN Security Council and therefore decided to attack Serbia as part of the 19 members of the alliance.
Former President of the Republic of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Dodik He said that “nothing good” should be expected from Western countries.
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