President of the New Yugoslavia, Aleksandar Vucic represents Albania and North Macedonia in France, critics say

President of the New Yugoslavia, Aleksandar Vucic represents Albania and North Macedonia in France, critics say
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 Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has stated that Albania and North Macedonia will be represented by him in meetings with French President Emmanuel Macron. The confirmation comes from Vucic himself, who spoke in a lengthy interview to the German media Der Spiegel.

"I have been with the prime ministers of Albania and North Macedonia at the Ohrid Summit and we agreed on almost every point, including that I would speak to Macron on behalf of everyone, as I did last week," he said.

In this interview, Aleksandar Vucic focused on many other topics, calling the project for the "Balkans Mini Schengen" the best project of the last three decades. Citing World Bank forecasts, Aleksandar Vucic said that countries in the region with this free movement project would save up to 3.5 billion euros.

While there have been many reactions from many skeptics in Tirana, Pristina, and Skopje, some even consider the Balkan Mini-Schengen agreement as to be the beginning of the creation of the New Yugoslavia, and in this case, President Aleksandar Vucic is playing his role as the head of this project.
President of the New Yugoslavia, Aleksandar Vucic represents Albania and North Macedonia in France, critics say President of the New Yugoslavia, Aleksandar Vucic represents Albania and North Macedonia in France, critics say Saturday, November 23, 2019 Rating: 5
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