Vučić from Tirana: "The voice of Serbia is listened to with respect here"

Vui stated that he spoke with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky about the territorial integrity of both countries, respect for the UN Charter, but also about other important topics and initiatives for peace.
Vui stated that Serbia's voice was listened to with respect at the summit in Tirana.

Mothers with children wait in lines; Still no payment of social benefits on Kosovo

Citizens indicate that they have problems due to the decision of Prishtina to abolish payment transactions in dinars, because in the last few days they have received payments of social assistance, child allowance, as well as salaries from central Serbia, but that they cannot get that money and they are worried about where way will provide the basic necessities of life.

Vučić from Brussels: "Serbia cannot accept the independence of Kosovo"

He addressed the public from Brussels.
"Serbia cannot accept Kosovo's membership in the UN, nor Kosovo's independence. We are fully ready for the formation of the CSM. It is clear to everyone, no matter what. We want peace, we will continue to act responsibly", said Vui.

Vučić from Chişinău: "Serbia is an independent country that makes its own decisions"

Pristina and Belgrade are the main topic of the meeting in the Moldovan capital. Serbian President Aleksandar Vui, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, as well as Vjosa Osmani spoke at the meeting.
The President said from Chisinau that the situation in Kosovo and Metohija became the main topic of the summit, in addition to the situation in Ukraine.

Vučić warned the ambassadors of the Quint countries: "It's high time..." PHOTO

The meeting is with representatives of the United States of America, Great Britain, France, Italy and Germany, as well as the head of the European Union delegation.
Minister of Defense Milo Vuevi, along with the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces, Milan Mojsilovi, will attend the meeting.

Botsan Kharchenko on the Vračar massacre: "Putin immediately asked..."

"I want to express my deepest condolences for the tragedy that befell Serbia during the past week. (President of Russia Vladimir) Putin and (Minister Sergey) Lavrov sympathize, and we wish the people to overcome this grave situation... Russia, as always, is with the Serbian people," said Kharchenko in a guest appearance on TV Prva.

Vučić: I haven't signed anything today either VIDEO

President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, said in Ohrid that some sort of agreement had been reached and that he was satisfied with it, as well as that he had not signed anything.
"On the roadmap, which will not last one day, the European Council will specify how much has been done by the implementation plan, which will have to be expanded. Nothing will be solved today," said Vui.