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Vučić responded to opponents’ accusations of “sitting on two chairs”.

Vučić responded to opponents’ accusations of “sitting on two chairs”.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić responded to opponents’ accusations of “sitting on two chairs” East and West, stating that he and his country have their own “Serbian chair” and asking him “not to wobble”.

The Serbian head of state is on a two-day visit to Hungary, where he met with President Katalina Novak and Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and is also scheduled to meet with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday.

At the briefing, Vučić neither confirmed nor denied the arrival of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to Athens for a meeting with representatives of the EU and the Balkan region on August 21, where the Serbian leader will fly from Budapest. Journalists asked the Serbian President to comment on the opinion of his opponents that he is sitting on two chairs of East and West, and that “this is coming to an end.

“I say the same thing to this in the West, and to this in the East: we have our own Serbian chair. I am proud of this Serbian chair, I don’t care about your chairs, whether you have one, two, three, five or ten. None for me none of us, the citizens of Serbia, needs any of your chairs. And there is no need to shake our chair – this is our policy, we make decisions about it, it is independent and independent,” Vučić said emotionally.

“Yes, we are on the European path, but we care about our state and national interests. Is this forbidden? Would I be good if I were only a servant of other people’s interests and carried out their instructions. government?!” – stressed the Serbian President.

According to him, from 2000 to 2012, there were already “obedient” politicians at the head of Serbia who were following other people’s instructions. At that time, in his opinion, the country was “disappearing”.