“There has never been such a complicated (political) climate in Europe, even before World War I, President Aleksandar Vucic noted, commenting on the rigid views of the Netherlands and France regarding the opening of chapters for candidate countries in June, and position and prospects of Serbia in this context.

‘It’s not like I’m prejudicing something, but it wasn’t like this even before the First World War,’ Vucic noted in a conversation with journalists in Baku, but insisted on the assessment that the circumstances in Europe and the world are very complicated and complex, and that there are many dangers they surround us.

In this situation, he said, it is better to look at preserving peace and stability and working on the development of the economy.” (translated from Politika)