Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday during his The Future of Serbia campaign in the central town of Kraljevo that he did not know when elections would be held but “they will surely be held soon,” the Beta news agency reported.
He added that “when they happen our duty is that a decent Serbia wins. And not only to win but to win more convincingly than it has won ever before.”
Vucic said he was not worried for the country’s economy, but that his only fear was related to Kosovo since the Albanian leaders, as he put it, acted irrationally and irresponsibly.
He alluded to the 100 percent import duties imposed on goods from Serbia and Bosnia last November which Pristina refused to suspend despite demands from the US and the European Union.
Speaking about the world powers, he said they would always side with Kosovo regardless of justice and law and the truth which was on Serbia’s side.
Earlier on Friday, Vucic said Kosovo was a spoiled brat brought up by big Western powers.
“They started to bring up their illegitimate child, and today it doesn’t listen to them, but they still care about the child,” he said, adding there was no a comfortable situation for Serbia.