Aleksandar Vučić

Vucic, South American ambassadors discuss UN draft Srebrenica resolution

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met with ambassadors of South American states on Monday to discuss the "International Day of Reflection and Remembrance of the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide" draft UN resolution and the consequences of its potential adoption for stability in the region as well as for the global order.

Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Serbia on May 7-8

BELGRADE - Chinese President Xi Jinping will be on an official visit to Serbia on May 7-8 and will be hosted by President Aleksandar Vucic, the press office of the president of Serbia announced on Monday.

Xi last visited Serbia in 2016 on what was the first trip to the country by a Chinese president in 32 years.

Vucic: We will fight with heads held up high, protect our interests

NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday in New York the situation concerning a UN General Assembly draft resolution on Srebrenica was not simple and that there was still a lot of work to do, but that Serbia would fight to come away with "our heads held up high."

Vucic: I am not optimistic about thwarting resolution but we continue to fight

NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday in New York he had had discussions with representatives of Asian-Pacific UN member states earlier in the day to explain the reasons for Serbia's opposition to a UN General Assembly draft resolution on Srebrenica and that many of the countries had understood the reasons and said positions on the matter should be harmonised.

Brnabic: With June 2 elections, we are demonstrating constructiveness

BELGRADE - Serbian Parliament Speaker Ana Brnabic said on Wednesday elections for the Belgrade city assembly and the remaining local polls in Serbia would be held simultaneously on June 2, in line with an opposition demand granted thanks to an appeal by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to demonstrate constructiveness so that "work can be continued after the elections."

Vucic: High number of abstentions in UNGA resolution vote would be "heroic success"

NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday evening Serbia's position ahead of a vote on a draft Srebrenica resolution in the UN General Assembly was extremely difficult and that having a high number of abstentions and votes against the document would be a "heroic political success."

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