Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin responded to Prime Minister Zoran Zaev for his statements given in Brussels, saying that Macedonia and Serbia do not have the same goals and that Serbia will remain militarily neutral, but most importantly a free country.
During the NATO summit in Brussels, Zaev said he hoped the solution with Greece would encourage Serbia and Kosovo to continue their dialogue and both enter NATO.
– Zaev must know that there is no Serbia and Kosovo, but there is only Serbia and a territory that is under the interim administration of the United Nations, in accordance with resolution 1.244.
Macedonia and Serbia do not have the same goals. Unlike Macedonia, we want freedom and independence, we want to decide for ourselves. As long as the country is led by Aleksandar Vucic, Serbia will remain militarily neutral and free, even if it is the last non-NATO member state in the world – stated Vulin.