The former German minister responds to Vucic: Dear President, killing people is a terrible crime
The former German Minister for Europe, Michael Roth, has responded to the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, after the latter mentioned it in his press conference where he spoke about the terrorist group that carried out attacks in Kosovo and where a policeman was killed. and two others were injured.
Dear President Vucic! Killing people is a terrible crime. It doesn't matter to me where the victims and perpetrators come from. I don't care about nationalities and ethnicities at all. Together, Kosovars and Serbs deserve to live in peace, security, dignity and secure borders," wrote Roth on social networks.
Vucic, at the press conference, commented on the statement of the German deputy, who said that Serbian gangs with direct support from Belgrade are very likely to be responsible again for the murder of the Kosovar policeman.
"You could hear today that everything came from Belgrade, that Serbia did all this, and this speaks volumes about the intentions of Roth (the German deputy) to Fhelinger, who called for the bombing of Belgrade," declared Vucic .