Vucic: Discussing three crucial issues with Macron; You cannot take power by violence
Three key topics with Macron - tomorrow's summit, bilateral relations and the future of Europe and Serbia in the European Union, President Aleksandar Vucic saidSource: B92, Tanjug
After the conversation with the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, President Vucic stated that he talked with Macron in private for an hour and a half.
"I must say that he took me to rooms that are not an official office, so I could see special rooms for French presidents. He recalled the emotions he experienced in Belgrade. He showed exceptional hospitality," Serbian President said.
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"Predsednik @emmanuelmacron pokazao je ogromnu pažnju prema Srbiji, setio se svoje posete Beogradu i emocije koju je doživeo sa svojim srpskim prijateljima i domaćinima. Razgovarali smo o tri ključne teme, jedna je sutrašnji samit i uopšte odnos između Srba i Albanaca i rešenje kosovsko-metohijskog problema. Druga tema su naši bilateralni odnosi i treća tema bila je sa ključnim osvrtom na evropski put Srbije. Obavestio sam i predsednika Makrona da Srbija prihvata novu metodologiju u pristupim pregovorima sa EU. Veoma sam zahvalan na neverovatnom gostoprimstvu predsedniku Makronu sa kojim se uvek dobro razumem i čini mi se da veoma dobro shvata poziciju Srbije."- Predsednik Vučić nakon sastanka sa predsednikom Republike Francuske @emmanuelmacron.
"I have to say that we understand each other well, Macron always speaks clear language," he added. It is of key importance that I learned from Macron how he sees Europe and the world in the future, with a key review of Serbia's European path, Vucic added. "We understand each other well, Macron always speaks clear and simple language. I don't always understand formal bureaucratic vocabulary, but I always understand Macron well…", Vucic said.
When it comes to tomorrow's summit on Kosovo and Metohija, organized by Germany and France, Vucic said that he was not sure that a joint statement could be adopted.
"I spoke strategically about what I think was happening and what could happen in the future," Vucic said.
Speaking about the protests, Vucic said that there would be no reaction from the police if there was no violence.
"It is stupid to demonstrate because of coronavirus, but if they want, protest as much as you want, just don't touch the police. In Serbia, the right to assemble is guaranteed, and power is taken in elections. if you want to do it during COVID infection, fine", Vucic reiterated.
"It is stupid to demonstrate when you are facing a coronavirus infection", Vucic said, adding that no one would be allowed to take power by force.