Vučić warned of the imminent outbreak of a conflict on the scale of World War II
Vučić warned of the outbreak of a conflict on the scale of World War II in one or two months. The Serbian president pointed out that now the role of the UN in the world has weakened and everything is decided by world powers. He predicts that Western countries will be in conflict with Russia and China max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
In the coming months, a military conflict comparable in scale to the Second World War may begin in the world, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told the local RTS television channel on the eve of his speech at the UN General Assembly.
“I assume that we are approaching a great military conflict from the stage of a special military operation, and now the question is where the borders are and we will enter after a while, and maybe in a month or two, into a great world conflict that we have not been since the Second World War, — Vučić said.
According to the Serbian President, the role of the UN in solving world problems has now weakened “the great powers have taken over and de facto destroyed the order of the UN in the last few decades.”
Vučić pointed out that for “small” countries like Serbia, there is no “good and easy news” right now. He suggested that relations between the West and Russia, and between the West and China, would only continue to deteriorate. Belgrade, he said, has to maintain relations with all parties in order to defend its own interests.
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg noted that the conflict in Ukraine— it is “the most dangerous situation since the Second World War”, and said that “Russia cannot be allowed to win.”
Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, in response, said that Stoltenberg had a “bad memory”; and he forgot who won that war. “History will repeat itself”, — considers the ex-president. He later spoke of the risk of world war with a quotation from the Bible: “The first angel sounded.” However, Medvedev expressed the hope that the “apocalypse” will not come.
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Aide to the President of Russia Vladimir Medinsky (who also represented Moscow in negotiations with Kyiv and heads the Russian Military Historical Society) noted that the memory of the Great Patriotic War keeps Russia from the “big” conflict, because the country remembers what war is like. In his opinion, Moscow wants peace “more than anyone else”.
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