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    Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador
    Nov22

    Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador

    The Serbian Foreign Ministry (MFA) said on Tuesday it remained committed to overcoming disagreements and enhancing bilateral relations with Ukraine. This comes despite the insistence by Ukraine’s ambassador to Belgrade on the stance that Russia is using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a war in the Balkans, Tanjug reported, citing a press...

    Ukrainian ambassador “waiting 14 months to meet with Dacic”
    Nov21

    Ukrainian ambassador “waiting 14 months to meet with Dacic”

    Ukrainian Ambassador Oleksandr Aleksandrovych says that he will not change his stance, that he presented earlier this month, raising a lot of dust in Serbia. Aleksandrovych spoke for b92.net in his first interview for Serbian media since returning from Kiev, where he was withdrawn for consultations. The Ukrainian diplomat told Filip Cukanovic...

    Czech President: Others think like me, but are scared to say it
    Nov17

    Czech President: Others think like me, but are scared to say it

    EU’s “double standards on Crimea’s reunification with Russia are a bad practice,” Czech President Milos Zeman has said, according to TASS. As an example of these double standards, Zeman mentioned Kosovo and Crimea. “On the one hand, you have Kosovo, where there was the United Nations’ guarantee, but this guarantee was not...

    Serbian ambassador to Ukraine summoned for consultations
    Nov09

    Serbian ambassador to Ukraine summoned for consultations

    Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic late on Wednesday summoned for consultations the country’s ambassador to Ukraine, Rade Bulatovic. A statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said this was done “due to current issues in relations with Ukraine” – while stressing that Serbia has taken “a series of concrete steps to...

    Moscow-Washington dialogue to continue in Serbia
    Nov04

    Moscow-Washington dialogue to continue in Serbia

    The next meeting withing the framework of the Moscow-Washington dialogue on Ukraine will be held in Belgrade on November 13. Tanjug reported this on Friday, citing Sputnik. Special US representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker and Russian president’s aide Vladislav Surkov will speak in the Serbian capital once again – after their first meeting...

    Belgrade slams Ukrainian ambassador’s “scandalous” interview
    Nov02

    Belgrade slams Ukrainian ambassador’s “scandalous” interview

    All activities of Ukraine’s ambassador to Serbia, Oleksandr Aleksandrovych, amount to futile attempts to undermine Serbia’s relations with Russia. Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) State Secretary Ivica Toncev said this in a statement issued on Thursday – a day after Aleksandrovych made a number of accusations at...

    Ukraine’s ambassador: Putin using Serbia to destroy EU
    Nov02

    Ukraine’s ambassador: Putin using Serbia to destroy EU

    Ukrainian Ambassador to Belgrade Oleksandr Aleksandrovych says Russia is “using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a new war in the Balkans.” He also said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “does not care for Serbia” – but rather uses our country as “another instrument to destroy Europe.” “Russia is training Serbian mercenaries to kill...

    Hungary Vetoes NATO-Ukraine Summit
    Oct29

    Hungary Vetoes NATO-Ukraine Summit

    Hungary stated that it cannot support Ukraine’s integration into the military bloc and vetoed the NATO-Ukraine Committee summit scheduled take place in December, the Foreign Ministry of Hungary announced, according to a statement published on the country’s government website. The reason for the veto lies with the so-called Law on...

    Putin references Srebrenica and Kosovo during Valdai panel
    Oct20

    Putin references Srebrenica and Kosovo during Valdai panel

    Closing Russia’s border with the self-proclaimed republics in the east of Ukraine would lead to a bloodbath there, says Vladimir Putin. And Russia will never let happen, he said, according to TASS. “As long as political issues remain unresolved, these territories do not enjoy a special status and amnesty legislation does not exist, a...

    Czech president sees Kosovo-Crimea double standards
    Oct08

    Czech president sees Kosovo-Crimea double standards

    Double standards are being applied the cases of Crimea and Kosovo, says Czech President Milos Zeman. “I criticized the separation of Kosovo from Serbia, considering it to be an obvious violation of a UN Security Council resolution (1244), which guaranteed the territorial integrity of Serbia with Kosovo,” Zeman told the Czech TV Barrandov....

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