Vucic says he "fears regional instability"
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said that at this point, his greatest fear is of regional instability and political conflicts.Source: Tanjug
Today I have only one fear. It is no longer the failure of economic reforms in Serbia. My fear is of regional instability and political conflicts. I greatly fear the situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Vucic said in an interview to the Belgrade-based daily Politika.
"I am under the impression that, not only in the region but also in a large part of the world, there is no longer any will to even talk about the genuine reconciliation in the territory of the former Yugoslavia, after the resolution on Srebrenica was not adopted by the UN Security Council," the Serbian prime minister said.
"When I talk about stability and reconciliation, I mean real stability and true reconciliation. For me, that is crucial. I am not talking about political consequences, favorable or unfavorable, for anyone," Vucic explained.
He said that he will talk to Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic on Monday to discuss the agenda of the visit to Serbia by all three Presidency members.
"My ego and the attack I suffered must not be the reason to stop doing our jobs in the best possible way," said Vucic.