The president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, made a shocking statement during an interview on Serbian television. A.Vucits revealed that the president of Russia, V.Putin, will soon make a proposal to the West. If the West does not accept then there will be “hell”.
The president of Serbia did not appear positive as, as he said, “the West has no intention of accepting the Russian proposal”.
“If the West does not accept Putin’s terms, we will go to hell…
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that if world leaders do not take into account the proposals of the Russian head of state Vladimir Putin, hell could begin to await the world.
As Vucic clarified, these are proposals related to Ukraine.
“I know what awaits us. Once Vladimir Putin finishes his work on Seversk, Bakhmut and Soledar and then on the second Slavyansk – Kramatorsk – Avdeevka line, his proposal will follow.
If they don’t accept it and don’t intend to, we will go to hell,” noted the Serbian president.
The Serbian president did not give more information about exactly what this proposal will be and what we should expect in the future. But he obviously knows something.
Earlier, the president of Serbia spoke about the risk of escalating the local conflict in Ukraine and turning it into a large-scale one with the participation of NATO countries.
“The war is global”
Then the president of Serbia emphasized that the war raging in Ukraine is neither regional nor local but global.
“The conflict in Ukraine is a world war, where the West is fighting Russia through Ukrainian soldiers,” the Serbian president told Pink TV.
“We must understand that in the midst of a world war, all talk of a regional or local war must stop.
The whole western world is fighting Russia through the Ukrainians.
This is a global conflict,” Vucic argued, pointing out that what is happening in Ukraine is indicative of the situation in the Balkans as well.
As he said, Serbia will do everything possible to maintain peace in the region.
According to the Serbian president, his aim is for the country not to exclude contacts and cooperation both with the West and with Russia.
“We must be united and continue our European path, maintain our relations both with Russia and China and with all other nations.
As you can see, this policy has survived the most difficult time.
How long it can be maintained is something we will see
In any case, it has to do with the interests of our state,” argued Vucic.