The President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić is visiting Greece today, where he attended the ceremony marking the groundbreaking on building a terminal for liquid natural gas.

Following the ceremony, the Serbian President spoke to the press.

The President stated that he had a productive conversation with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis about bilateral relations, but also about respecting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Serbia.

Vučić said that he is grateful to Mitsotakis for his support and that he does not expect any negative surprises in the short or medium term.

In Alexandroupoli, where he attended the LNG terminal groundbreaking, Vučić also spoke with the Prime Ministers of Bulgaria and North Macedonia, as well as the President of the European Council Charles Michel, about Ukraine and everything going on in Brussels.

Regarding Serbia’s European path, Vučić said, he had a lengthy conversation with Michel, and relating to that, he said that new perspectives and opportunities are opening up.

“I think it is good that we were here and that we are looking into ways to satisfy needs on all sides. Even though the issues we have discussed are not simple I believe that we will be able to offer our citizens a normal life in the years to come,” stressed Vučić.

He added that Germany is a serious country and is preparing for what is to come.

“This will be the hardest winter Europe has had in the last 50 years. Apart from inflation, there are two key issues — power and food. It is a good thing that we do not have a high percentage of national debt. There will be enough food, we will not have problems at the bottom line, but there is a lot of work to be done,” said Vučić.

He stated that it is Serbia’s choice to lead a policy in the best interest of its citizens, not of world powers.