Dacic: Serbia not giving up on principles of international law, UN Charter

KAMPALA - Serbia has always strived to create a fairer and better world, Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said in Kampala on Thursday, noting that Belgrade continued to advocate respect of the universal principles of international law and the UN Charter.

"In the case of the Republic of Serbia, international law and the order in which the sovereignty of states is inviolable and the borders are immutable have been violated the most," Dacic said in an address at a ministerial meeting held as part of the 19th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in the Ugandan capital.

"Such precedents lead to meaninglessness of these principles, which we all agreed on a long time ago - not only agreed, but also obliged to respect them. That is why the Republic of Serbia will not give up advocating for the universal validity of the fundamental principles of the United Nations Charter, regardless of...

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