Serbia urgently calls out its ambassador from Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is noted that Serbia plan to discuss with the ambassador relations with Ukraine
08:06, 9 November 2017

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Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić called for the consultations Serbian Ambassador to Ukraine Rade Bulatović. This was reported by the press service of the Serbian Foreign Ministry.

It is reported that Dačić plans to discuss with the Ambassador actual issues of relations with Ukraine and "further measures" related to them. Serbian Foreign Ministry reminded that Serbia has always supported the territorial integrity of Ukraine, at the same time, as noted, Ukrainian mercenaries participated in crimes committed by Croatian forces against the Serbian people in Croatia, "which Ukraine, unlike Serbia, has never condemned." 

But Serbian Foreign Ministry noted that Serbia is still committed to establishing good relations with Ukraine on the principles of mutual respect.

"Serbia has taken a number of concrete steps to prosecute Serbian citizens fighting abroad, including Ukraine, than demonstrated commitment to their international legal obligations," the Serbian Foreign Ministry said.

Related: Russian-Serbian friendship, or how Ukraine's ambassador to Serbia offended Serbia

As it was reported earlier Oleksandr Alexandrovych, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Serbia who earlier claimed that Russia makes use of Serbia to destroy Europe was supported by the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine despite the talks on the escalation of the Serbian scandal. 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia accused the Ukrainian ambassador in the intentions to harm the friendly relations between Moscow and Belgrade. Alexandrovych can be expelled out from Serbia and called persona non-grata. 

Later Foreign Minister of Ukraine called Alexandrovych for consultation.

Related: Belgrade outraged at Ukrainian ambassador’s stance regarding Russia-Serbia relations

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