Serbia was not invited to the commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the start of World War 2 in Poland because “it has to be punished for being an ally of Russia”, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in a live appearance on TV Pink on Sunday night.
He said that he might not have been invited to the commemoration in Poland but that he would certainly be at the commemoration on Moscow’s Red Square. “I will be there with the people who suffered the most. Along with the Russians, Jews, Belarussians and Poles, the Serbs suffered the most,” he said.
Vucic said that he had not been pleased at not being invited but that he was glad that he had not been invited when he heard that Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic said that the Croats had suffered the most in the struggle against Fascism because he might have “done something there”. “The Independent State of Croatia has a voluntarily formed Nazi creation (in WW 2) which greeted the Germans” unlike Belgrade which he said “had a puppet government because the royal government had been defeated”.