The Serb List on Vucic's speech at the UN: Serbia with all its power on the side of law and against violence

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Source: Kosovo Online

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, had confirmed once again, in his speech before the General Assembly of the United Nations, that he was a great statesman and that Serbia was not to be trifled with, but a country with a serious state-building tradition, principles, and libertarian ideals, the Serb List reported tonight.

"Defending Serbia's right to its own politics and the legitimacy of the Serbian state and national interests, President Vucic, we hope, hinted at the arrival of a better world, in which the small will have a true right to their voice and will be protected from the arbitrariness of the big," the statement said.

Stating that many will not be happy because Vucic reminded in the "temple of international law" that violence had been committed against Serbia in 1999 and warned of the terror that was being perpetrated against the Serbs in Kosovo today, the Serb List points out that for the sake of history, it must be preserved that Serbia was on the side of law and against violence with all its power.

"We hope, despite the daily pressures, attacks, and arrests carried out by extremists from Pristina, that the vision of a politically and economically developed Western Balkans, as a region of peace and cooperation, will be stronger than the future of conflict and hopelessness that Albin Kurti intends for us," it is said in the announcement.

They are convinced that President Aleksandar Vucic at the United Nations would continue to do everything possible in the current geopolitical circumstances in order to prevent Kurti from intending to expel the Serbs from Kosovo and once again "rekindle the fire of conflict in our region".

"The Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija even today confirm their support for their President Aleksandar Vucic, convinced that he will fight to the last atom of strength so that reason, peace, and law prevail over hatred and violence," the Serb List concluded in a statement.