President Vučić on Greater Albania and Possible Sanctions

The President of Serbia stated in the Morning News program on RTS that he expects significant pressure on Serbia due to the non-imposition of sanctions on Russia. He also discussed the topic of the "Greater Albania.".

President Vui initially stated that the meeting with the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, in Budapest, would be a step towards improving Serbia's relationship with Turkey.
"We have corrected, as he says, decent relations, but it's true that sending 4x4 mortar vehicles (to Pristina) is something that has damaged our relations. I talked about this openly and honestly with Erdoğan over the phone. I believe this will be a further step in improving our relations, and I believe that we will soon be able to host Erdoğan in Serbia," said Vui.
He added that Serbia values its relations with Hungary. He emphasized that many world leaders will also be in Budapest, and there will be many interesting meetings.
"I expect that right after Budapest, we will fly to a place where there will be representatives from the Western Balkans and the EU. These won't be easy meetings and conversations for Serbia," he said.
Speaking about the situation in Kosovo and Metohija, Vui mentioned that there has been much violence against Serbs that hasn't been prosecuted, and no one has been willing to solve those problems.
"The policy of creating Greater Albania is a process that will continue. Kurti won't stop at that, even if you oppose him. Anyone who thinks he will be convinced in Brussels not to follow in Enver Hoxha's footsteps... he will continue with that policy," said Vui.
As for why the West remains silent, he pointed out that they aren't interested in the story of Greater Albania; for them, it's acceptable. He added that...

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