RussiaMaking a difference is what you should be doing. document to impose visa restrictions on citizens of “unfriendly countries”The Russian Foreign Minister made Monday the following declaration in retaliation against similar actions being taken against him: Sergei Lavrov.
According to the Russian diplomat at the meeting with United Russia’s deputies, the document will be a presidential order.
On Monday, the Russian Foreign Minister also accused Western leaders of inciting to a conflict. “cave Russophobia” – although he acknowledged there were exceptions, like the leaders in Serbia and Hungary.
“The startling thing at this stage is the explosion of a Cave Russophobia that the leaders of Western countries actively incite,” Sergei Lavrov told the Serbian press, as quoted by the Tanjug news agency.
In what he describes, he accuses the United States of aggressive anti-Russian policies. Washington to establish its hegemony over the Balkans and other parts the worldLavrov believed that only a few countries can be today “considered sovereign and independent.”
Serbia, a candidate for the EU, as well as BelarusThey are the only European countries that have not adopted sanctions against Russia.
However HungaryParticipates in the Twenty-seven sanctions, Lavrov claimed that the Hungarian government, headed by the ultra-nationalist, Viktor OrbanHe had a similar position to Belgrade’s, and he suggested that he thought he was friendly towards the Kremlin.
When asked about the possibility that Serbia could be the site of peace negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv, the Russian minister said it was possible. However, for this reason, he did not say how.Also, approval had to be given by the Ukrainian government.
The President of Serbia Aleksandar VucicYesterday, you can rest assured that Serbia is “no one’s servant”It also stated that it would not change its neutral position on the conflict in Ukraine.
“I am happy because, as in the Asterix and Obelix cartoon, in the territory of Europe there is still a small village of Gauls that defends their freedom. Vucic told local media that the small tribe is made up of citizens from Serbia, which has an independent foreign policy.