Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Ivica Dacic, the leader of Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), told the media that he didn't find it difficult to refuse such an offer.
"Who will become Prime Minister... I'm afraid that someone had jumped to conclusions... There is an old Serbian proverb - "Firstly jump, and then say hop, not the other way around", Vucic told the press.
Ivica Dacic, leader of Socialist Party of Serbia said for Belgrade press that he is going to carry out serious party personnel changes, underlining that those on high state positions will not be spared in this process.
"Obviously, Dacic thinks he has friends in the current administration and wants to support them. But all he has achieved is ensuring that whoever is the next US president from the Democrats now considers Dacic, and possibly Serbia, an enemy. So it wasn't wise at all," Serwer warned.
Carpenter said that Serbian Foreign Minister plans to interfere in US domestic politics.
"The Serbian Foreign Minister plans to interfere in US domestic politics by rallying Serbian Americans to support Trump in 2020", stated Michael Carpenter, former Foreign Policy Advisor of the US Vice President Joseph Biden, present candidate of the Democratic Party for the president, on his Twitter account, quoting Dacic's statement.
Dacic stated that there are good prospects for Bolton's visit to Serbia if there are some positive indications that Pristina might revoke sanctions.
"The Central African Republic became the fourteenth country that clarified its position that it does not recognize the independence of Kosovo,", Dacic said on the RTS. He presented an official note that he received last night from CAR, a country he visited last year and met with its president on that occasion.
Dacic refused to reveal the identity of that country until Belgrade gets official note on this, he explained.
"Now, Pristina is not sure who to contact", Dacic added on a press conference, after the meeting with the Foreign Affairs Minister of Nicaragua, Denis Moncada.