The Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic will make a decision on going to Srebrenica between 6th and 9th July, and as he said, it will be in an interest for both Bosniak and Serbian people and that he will not tolerate any foreign pressures.
At the press conference, he said that a decision is only up to him, but also that nobody knows what will happen in Serbia and region until 11th July.
“I am getting advices from all sides. My job is to do what is best for Serbia and not to think about results of some future elections or anything else. I will make a decision that is best for both Bosniak and Serbian people, and I do not care about security, nor risks“, said Vucic.
He added that on the occasion of the offer to go to Srebrenica, he was convinced that Bosniaks will “welcome a sincere and friendly offer“, because Bosniak and Serbian people are living together.
There is 37% of Serbs in Bosnia, and 35.000 Bosniaks in Serbia, he reminded and asked: “What should we do? Will we fight with each other all the time? The peace is in our interest, and to convince ourselves that we cannot destroy each other, because we have to understand each other“.