Serbian minister responded to Ukrainian parliament’s threats to his country"rebreeding"

Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin, in response to Ukrainian threats, said that the followers of Stepan Bandera in Ukraine and the Croatian Nazis would not be able to “re-educate” Serbia and its President Aleksandar Vucic.

“Most of the evil in Ukraine comes from those who share with the Croats the ideas that led them to Stalingrad (the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment fought alongside Nazi German troops during the Great Patriotic War),” the Serbian minister added.

The minister stated that the Croats did not forgive Vučić as the surviving grandson of a Croatian victim of Nazism, and now we see that their allies in the Verkhovna Rada do not forgive him for not harming Ukraine and not becoming part of anti-Russian propaganda. They cannot forgive Vučić for pursuing an independent and Serbian policy.”

The minister stressed that his compatriots are proud of their head of state, because he was elected by them. He said: “In Serbia, presidents are elected in free and fair elections, not through demonstrations and protests in squares and squares.”

Earlier, Ukrainian MP Aleksey Goncharenko threatened that his country and Croatia would retaliate against Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić for his statements about the future of the Ukrainian crisis, as well as “restore his education and the education of the Serbian people.”

This came after yesterday, Thursday, Vučić said that Russian President Vladimir Putin, at a certain stage of the special operation in Ukraine, will present his proposals to world leaders, and if they are not accepted, “we will go to hell”, and also emphasized that “the entire Western world is now at war” with Russia through the Ukrainians.

Source: RIA Novosti

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