Aleksandar Vulin said that the current geopolitical and international circumstances do not go hand in hand with uniting all areas where Serbs live into a single state union, but he also expressed confidence that “it will happen in ten, twenty or fifty years”.
Aleksandar Vulin, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Serbia, who never did anything serious or said anything without the consent of President Aleksandar Vučić, answered on “Happy TV” when asked how he reacts to criticism of the term “Serbian world” which Vulin most often uses of all Serbian politicians, which is just another name for the “Greater Serbia” project.
“Those criticisms that come from Serbia, neighboring countries and international factors will not shake me at all to continue talking about the unity of our, Serbian people everywhere they live, in Serbia, Montenegro, Serbian Republic, we need that the entire Serbian people are guided from one center which is Belgrade, and I don’t see what is disputable in that. Well, does anyone think that Croats from Herzegovina are bothered by the fact that their politics are conducted in Zagreb ?!”, said Vulin.
The Serbian Minister of Police said that 800,000 refugees from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo arrived in Serbia in the 1990s, and that they were all taken care of and accommodated. Then he asked: “Well, does anyone think that we should take care of the members of our people only when they are expelled from their homes and come to Serbia, and not to their communities where they live now ?!”
Aleksandar Vulin said that the current geopolitical and international circumstances do not go hand in hand with uniting all areas where Serbs live into a single state union, but he also expressed the belief that “it will happen in ten, twenty or fifty years”.
In the end, Vulin drew a parallel between Germany and Serbia: “You have Germany, which started two world wars, was defeated in both, and in the end, all Germans could reunite in the same country. On the other hand, Serbs are from both the war came out victorious and they are not allowed as much as the Germans, to live in the same state! “
Let us remind you, at the time when he was the Minister of Defense of Serbia, due to similar statements and comments, Croatia banned Aleksandar Vulin from entering its territory.
Izvor: Slobodna Bosna