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Written by Elmas Bogdani 26 Shtator 2022
In accordance with the norms of international law, Serbia cannot accept the results of the referendums in Ukraine's Donetsk and Lugansk regions, according to Foreign Affairs Minister Nikola Selakovic. Serbia continues to cause tensions in Europe with its recent decisions regarding Russia. She is playing her politics with two chairs. On the other hand, the European Union has threatened Belgrade with total isolation and this may force the Serbian president to end this pro-Russian and pro-Western policy. Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic signed the agreement on Friday alongside Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the UN General Assembly in New York, where most Western delegations shunned Russia's top diplomat over the country's invasion of Ukraine. The consultation plan covered by the agreement is expected to last for two years, Serbia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The agreement between the two parties will be called the "Plan of consultations between the MFA of Serbia and the MFA of Russia for 2023-2024". Serbia is officially a candidate for membership in the European Union, but the government maintains relations with Russia. Although Serbia has said it supports Ukraine's territorial integrity, the government has consistently refused to join Western sanctions against its Slavic allies in Moscow. Foreign policy alignment with the EU is one of the main preconditions for joining the 27-nation bloc, but Serbia has increasingly resisted calls to do so. Media in Serbia and Russia said that Serbia's populist president, Aleksandar Vucic,
The EU threatens Serbia
The official of the European Commission has called the latest agreement between the Russian and Serbian diplomatic offices a scandal. The rapporteur for Kosovo in the European Commission and the German MEP Viola Von Cramon has threatened Serbia with the country's aspirations to join the European bloc. "This is a serious scandal. In the middle of the raging war, the Serbian Foreign Ministry signed the plan for future cooperation with the Russian aggressors. Or maybe it's just a signal for us to freeze EU membership negotiations, since entry into the EU does not go through Moscow," said the EU official. On the other hand, after Viola Von Cramo, the rapporteur of the European Parliament for Serbia, Vladimir Bil?ik, also spoke, who condemned the signing of the two-year consultation plan between Serbia and Russia. Bilcik said that as a big supporter of every step on Serbia's European path, he considers the news about the planned consultations between Serbia and Russia to be a big blow to the Western Balkans membership process. "Let's be clear, Russia is mobilizing to attack Ukraine, a candidate country for the EU, Russia is attacking EU enlargement," Bilcik wrote on Twitter. This agreement may mean that Serbia will not impose sanctions on Russia, say interviewees of the Serbian media Danas from opposition parties from both the right and the left. Russia is attacking EU enlargement," Bilcik wrote on Twitter. This agreement may mean that Serbia will not impose sanctions on Russia, say interviewees of the Serbian media Danas from opposition parties from both the right and the left. Russia is attacking EU enlargement," Bilcik wrote on Twitter. This agreement may mean that Serbia will not impose sanctions on Russia, say interviewees of the Serbian media Danas from opposition parties from both the right and the left.
Serbian "slap" towards Putin
On the other hand, Vucic continues to play his politics with two chairs, as an unexpected statement came yesterday from Serbia. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selakovic, declared that Serbia cannot accept the results of the referendum in the regions of Ukraine. At the media conference on September 25, he stated that this would be contrary to the state and national interests of Serbia. "This would be completely contrary to our policy of preserving territorial integrity and sovereignty and commitment to the principle of inviolability of borders," Selakovic said.