29.10.2018 Vuk Jeremic

vuk jeremic

On the eight hundred anniversary of the autocephaly of the Serbian Orthodox Church, someone from here is planning to “demarcate” with the Patriarchate of Peć and Sava’s thron. You don’t need to believe in God to see that this cannot be anything but curse.

Vuk Jeremic, President of People's Party and Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development (CIRSD)

11.09.2018 Alexander Chepurin

Aleksandar Čepurin

Present Russian-Serbian relations are built on a spiritual and emotional level, because we are relatives of blood and faith, but also with pragmatism, because our understanding of the world and our interests are very close.

Alexander Chepurin, Russian Ambassador to Serbia

03.09.2018 Senad Pećanin

Senad Pecanin

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and a pack of his followers led by Milorad Dodik, Ivica Dačić and Aleksandar Vulin, and the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, began to noticeably "drool" when it became revealed that mentioning of the borders for Washington and Brussels, and their changes, is no longer unacceptable method as the "final solution" of relations between Serbia and Kosovo.

Senad Pećanin, journalist from Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the interview for Pobjeda

28.08.2018 John McCain

Do not despair of our present difficulties, we believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here. Americans never quit, we never surrender, we never hide from history, we make history. Farewell fellow Americans. God bless you and god bless America.

John McCain, late U.S. senator

15.08.2018 Jelena Milic

A compromise was needed to keep Serbia on track for EU accession. In exchange for recognising Kosovo Mr Vucic will need some kind of face-saving” due to strong pro-Russian sentiment in Serbia. If some small flexibility on the EU side and Kosovo side would bring Serbia a step closer to refreshing the Serbia-US relationship, I am all for it.

Jelena Milic, CEAS director, for Financial Times

09.07.2018 H.R. McMaster

H.R. McMaster

The president thinks he can be friends with Putin. I don’t know why, or why he would want to be.

H.R. McMaster, former national security adviser