Joseph: West to Reconsider Relations with Vučić after Pentagon Report
Joseph: West to Reconsider Relations with Vučić after Pentagon Report
Edward Joseph, a lecturer at John Hopkins University in Washington DC told on Thursday The Voice of America (VOA) that the report by the United States (U.S.) Department of Defence about the intensified cooperation with Russia since President Aleksandar Vučić and his Serbian Progressive Party came to power in 2012 proved what was suspected for some time and showed that the West attitude toward Serbia’s President should change.  “The talks with President Vučić must be more open, and he should not be begged any longer to find a solution to Kosovo’s issue and to be somehow compensated for that...Full story can be read through subscription.
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