Vucic, who is in the city of Vranje for the election campaign, said in a statement that “Serbia will not join NATO. Our country will continue to protect its own airspace. We have enough soldiers and we will protect our own children.”
Vucic said he was afraid of what “others” might bring to the country and said, “We stand behind the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohiya.”
Underlining that he is confident that Serbia will make the right decision in the elections on April 3, Vucic said, “Elections are not child’s play. The issue is not whether you love someone or not. The issue is whether you want to guarantee the future of your children.” he said.
Parliamentary and presidential elections on April 3
Serbian Parliament Speaker Ivica Dacic announced that the people will go to the polls on April 3 for the parliamentary and presidential elections in Serbia.
In the elections to be held in Serbia, the ruling Serbian Socialist Party and Serbian Progressive Party announced that they will support the current President Aleksandar Vucic.
Vucic won the Serbian presidential election on April 2, 2017.
Vucic won the ballot box in the regions where Bosniak and Hungarian populations are densely populated.
Source: TRT Haber