Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Aleksey Goncharenko again attacked Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic for his statements about the future of the Ukrainian crisis and said that after these words he should prepare to flee to Russia.
The Ukrainian parliamentarian added on his Telegram channel, addressing the President of Serbia: “You must be ready and buy a ticket to Rostov. This ticket may suit you soon.”
The Ukrainian parliamentarian also wrote that Serbia, a country with a population of only six million people, began to reassess its position. He again threatened that Ukraine would not forget the statements of the Serbian leadership.
Earlier, Goncharenko threatened that his country and Croatia would take revenge on the Serbian president for his statements about the future of the Ukrainian crisis and “restore his education and the education of the Serbian people.”
This Ukrainian parliamentarian hinted that Ukraine, together with Croatia, will try to block the possible accession of Serbia to the European Union in order to “re-educate the Serbs” and take revenge on their president for his statements about Russia’s actions. In response, the Serbian leader wished Ukraine and its people “all the best.”
Source: RIA Novosti