Serbian President Oleksandr Vucic said that he is pessimistic about the prospect of his country joining the European Union.
This was reported by
He stated that his country no longer has the "passion" it used to have.
"We don't have the same passion as we used to, just like the European Union is not as enthusiastic about us as we thought," Vucic said.
At the same time, the Serbian president supported the idea of the European Political Community, an intergovernmental forum that was proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron after the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
It should be noted that Serbia submitted an application for accession to the European Union back in 2009, but accession negotiations are still ongoing.
It will be recalled that it was previously reported that the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, stated that
Belgrade does not support Russia in the war against Ukraine, and also recognized that Crimea and Donbas are Ukrainian territories
In addition, we previously reported that Serbian militants are fighting in Ukraine on the side of the Russian occupiers.
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and sympathize with Putin's regime.
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