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Dačić: Zaev eroding Belgrade-Skopje relations

Ivica Dačić; Photo: Tanjug/Rade Prelić

BELGRADE – Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dačić has accused Macedonian PM-designate Zoran Zaev of making statements eroding Belgrade-Skopje relations, and noted the Serbian authorities would treat the Macedonian authorities reciprocally, Tanjug reports.
“The insults he (Zaev) is directing at Serbian top officials will definitely affect our bilateral relations,” Dačić said in a written statement.

Serbia is not interfering in internal affairs of other countries and it wants good relations with neighbours, but Zaev’s statements are just the opposite of that, Dačić said.

“Serbia will definitely not allow anyone, Zaev included, to humiliate it,” Dačić said.

Just weeks after branding Serbia’s top officials as nationalists, Zaev has told the N1 television he felt unpleasant listening to Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić talk about a “Macedonian scenario” in every public appearance.

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