The United Serbia (JS) party, a current coalition partner of President Aleksandar Vucic's ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), said on Monday it supported the 'Serbs for Trump' campaign in the U
The leader of the party Dragan Markovic Palma called on the US citizens of the Serb origin to again vote for President Donald Trump in November's election.
Serbia's authorities have been supporting Trump since his first term and called on the Serbs in the US to vote for him then as well.
"By helping Trump, you help Serbia," Markovic told the Serbs with the US citizenship ahead of the presidential elections in November.
Belgrade said the US policy towards the Kosovo issue was different than when the Democrats ruled the country.
Four years ago, banners supporting Trump during his campaign were posted across Serbia's capital.
"We all know how much harm the US administration under Clintons has done to us, and Trump's opponent Joe Biden would surely continue with the same policy," Markovic warned.
According to him, "Kosovo Albanians obstruct the dialogue (on the normalisation of relations) with Belgrade, waiting for change at the White House."
He said he was the only European politician witnessing Trump's inauguration four years ago, recalling the US President's promise to deal with his country, not with wars around the world, "the words he lives up to."
"By helping Trump, you help Serbia," Markovic told the Serbs with the US citizenship ahead of the presidential elections.
The leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) and the current Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic had a similar statement a year ago and rose some eyebrows in the US.