Serbia’s Min: When Serbs don’t have state, they don’t have rights and justice

Source: Beta / Miloš Miškov

Aleksandar Vulin, Serbia's Interior Minister, said on Monday that when the Serbs don't have their state, policeman, teacher, there are no either rights or justice for them.

„We must not forget that the Serbs in Kosovo have a hard life and are fighting for fundamental human rights. Neither should we forget our people in Montenegro, Republika Srpska, BH Federation, Croatia and Slovenia,“ Vulin told the police officers in the Ground Security Zone in southern Serbia.

He added that „we must not forget that wherever Serbs live when they don’t have their state, their police, teacher, doctor, judge, there is no rights or justice for them. That’s why we are here. That’s why Serbia is here to be strong, safe, stable, more developed and powerful than before, to protect Serbs everywhere,“ Vulin said, congratulating Orthodox Easter to the policemen in the Zone.

Vulin, the most outspoken nationalist within the ruling coalition, said on Saturday that he believed „the creation of the Serbian world solves the national question of Serbs…“

Once a communist and close ally of late Mirjana Markovic, the wife of former president Slobodan Milosevic, who died while on trial for war crime in The Hague detention in 2006, added that he and Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic are „brothers-in-arms, but it is not uncommon for us to have a difference of opinion.“