Serbian Minister of Defense Tells President of North Macedonia: “Better Keep His Mouth Shut”

Serbia will take care of the problems related to Kosovo on its own, and no one will ask North Macedonia or its President Stevo Pendarovski anything, nor will their opinion be acknowledged, stated Serbian Minister of Defense Aleksandar Vulin to the statement that official Skopje is against the exchange of territories between Belgrade and Pristina.

Vulin has previously also been in charge of delivering offensive statements against local and international officials whose policies are not in accordance with the desires and plans of official Belgrade, but in this statement, unusual even for him, he said that “few people acknowledge Pendarovski” even in North Macedonia.

“It is even less relevant what he thinks about issues in neighboring countries,” he said.

The cabinet of the President of North Macedonia said that Vulin’s opinion “does not merit any comment.”