Serbia "won't profit from EU sanctions"

BELGRADE -- Serbia's decision to respect the will of the EU regarding exports to Russia will not have a dramatic effect on the economy, Trade Minister Rasim Ljajić said.

Source: Blic, Tanjug
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  1. Haha thays funny. Of course Serbia will profit.
    (jovan, 29 August 2014 00:25)

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  2. When the NATO-West imposed sanctions against Yugoslavia in the 1990s, western companies were quick to take international contracts that had been agreed with Yugoslav companies. Serbia should do likewise and take every contract they can away from EU companies. The EU cares about Serbia as much as it cares about the people Donbas or Gaza. Serbia should profit from ever opportunity and tell the EU to stop being hypocrites. If it's OK for the French to sell warships to Russia, then why can't Serbia sell them cabbages?
    (Michael Thomas, 27 August 2014 18:06)

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  3. Dear Serbian politicians, How about saying nothing about exports to Russia? So far your statements have only left the EU irritated and your citizens confused about what exactly Serbia might sell to Russia. So please take a vow of silence.
    (Josip, 26 August 2014 14:59)

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