Vucic: Peace and stability are Serbia’s trademark

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BELGRADE – Serbia will continue its policy of preserving full peace and stability, and continue to build relationships, in particular with Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, PM Aleksandar Vucic said Monday.

The Serbian government will keep building regional stability with representatives of other countries – Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina in particular – despite a large number of accumulated problems, Vucic told a press conference.

A policy of peace and stability is a trademark of the Serbian government, as is protecting sovereignty and freedom, he said.

Vucic said he had not responded to personal insults by candidates for Croatian prime minister.

Serbia has higher economic growth than Croatia does and it will progress faster in the future, he said.

“We want to continue the trend in the future but we are also striving for cooperation with Croatia,” he said.

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  1. Stability was destabilised by the actions of USA/NATO, volatile at times the Balkans kept it’s own stability without the outside interference of nations with regime change and shifting of power in the region in mind and control of the area – which has now been established.

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