The Government of Serbia was invited to immediately impose sanctions against Russia in order to harmonize foreign policy with the EU and not “be in isolation”, foreign media write.
“We are the only candidate for EU membership, and we did not introduce restrictive measures against Russia. We are real in the real danger to be in isolation again,” said the vice -president of the Serbian Parliament Borko Stepanovich.
According to him, he will send an offer to introduce anti -Russian sanctions to the Foreign Affairs Committee until the end of November and hopes that the National Assembly will consider it. If Serbia does not join the restrictions that the EU introduced, then more than 10 thousand companies and 300 thousand workers will be at risk, as well as trade with the EU countries.
Serbia should not be “on the other side of the virtual Berlin wall that is restored,” Stephanovich emphasized.