12.03.2019 Novica Antic

Novica Antić

Serbian Army will never be with those who are oppressing their nation. No authority will ever be able to use us against our own nation. We do not represent the Serbian Army, which should be party and politically neutral, but we represent our family, friends!

Novica Antić, President of the Army of Serbia Trade Union

12.03.2019 Petrit Selimi

Petrit Selimi

When people like Graham Phillips - extremist YouTube reporter, or Breivik - the Norwegian children-killing terrorist, or neonazi football hooligans from East Europe, or French white supremacist Identitarians all support Serbia’s claim over Kosovo, we know we’re on right track.

Petrit Selimi, former acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo

20.02.2019 Petrit Selimi

Petrit Selimi

A mutually agreed border demarcation is probably the strongest argument in the region for any unilateral border aggression. Just saying.

Petrit Selimi, former acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo

31.01.2019 Milorad Dodik

milorad dodik

NATO did not make an effort to come to BiH and say: ‘Let's open factories that will produce laces for our boots’, but they are constantly trying to impose higher costs. We need 100% more resources for the Army, we do not have that and that is the key reason.

Milorad Dodik, Current chairman and Serb member of the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

29.01.2019 Ramush Haradinaj

Ramuš Haradinaj

The Kosovo-Serbia dialogue is dialogue between the two sovereign states, and for subject does not have the final status of Kosovo, but the normalisation of Kosovo-Serbia reports, with mutual recognition. Through this clarification and attitude, we aim to end serbian propaganda that the status and territory of kosovo is still on the table. Kosovo has concluded its citizenship on February 17th 2008.

Ramush Haradinaj, Prime Minister of the temporary institutions of Kosovo

17.01.2019 Ivica Dačić

ivica dacic

The past can not be changed, and thus the events of 1999, but we can influence the future, it is important that Serbia and NATO, since their common interest is the preservation of peace and stability in the region, deepen cooperation in order to further develop the positive agenda in the mutual interest.

Ivica Dačić, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia