Regarding the statement of former Ambassador of the United States in the NATO Kurt Walker that “Belgrade must draw conclusions from the conflict in Ukraine” and that Moscow “is a very dangerous friend”, Minister of Internal Affairs of Serbia Aleksandar Vulin said that the “more dangerous” friends for Serbs are those that bombed them.

Vulin pointed out that Walker did not mention which conclusions Serbs are supposed to draw from the NATO aggression on Serbia, the bombing of the Republic of Srpska, and the repeated demands that Serbia recognize the statehood of the so-called Kosovo.

“How dangerous are those friends? It turns out that the friends who bombed us are more dangerous after all,” concluded Vulin.