Ljubljana – Demokracija says in its latest editorial that Slovenia is currently ruled by politicians whose “godfathers” signed more than 30 years ago a document that supported a single-party, totalitarian and communist system, and that they “increasingly evidently represent a Trojan Horse within the EU and NATO”.
Before the beginning of the summit, President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, pointed out that there was no reason to be afraid for Serbia.
"These are stories for small children, there is no reason to be afraid."
Vui pointed out that he was grateful for the support of the EU, and that he did not expect anything special today.
That would have happened in line with NATO's current plans to defend the country from any Russian attack, the Estonian prime minister said.
Kaja Kallas told reporters on Wednesday that the alliance's existing defense plans for the three Baltic states is such that it will allow them to be overrun before they are released after 180 days, the Financial Times reports.