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20th April 2021 Meeting with the World Health Organization Regional Director for Europe

Presidetn of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić met today with the Regional Director of the World Health Organisation for Europe Hans Kluge, to discuss cooperation in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as cooperation in improving health care in our country and other joint activities.                     

President Vučić thanked Dr Kluge for his personal engagement and support during the current pandemic, especially for technical assistance and expertise. On thih occasion, he informed the WHO official about the results of immunisation in Serbia and plans on how to provide the vaccine to all citizens who want to get it.                  

Dr Kluge congratulated President Vučić on his leadership and personal commitment to provide vaccines. He emphasised that Serbia, with its good immunisation strategy, ranked among the global leaders, thus becoming an example of humanity and solidarity by enabling vaccination of elderly people in rural areas, foreign citizens and donating vaccines to other countries.                

"Serbia has accepted the vaccine as a life-saving product and has not looked at  it geopolitically", said Dr Kluge.                  

The two interlocutors agreed that the world should increase production capacities for vaccines, as well as develop new adequate therapies for the fight against COVID-19, and, in this regard, work on increasing the level of citizens' trust in science.

President Vučić informed Dr Kluge about the plans for improving the work of the Institute for Virology, Vaccines and Sera "Torlak".                         

"We want to make 'Torlak' one of the best vaccinefactories in Erope", said President Vučić.       

Source: www.predsednik.rs                      

Photo: www.predsednik.rs


19 April 2021 WHO describes immunisation process in Serbia as impressive

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talked today with World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge about the epidemiological situation and the course of immunisation of citizens in Serbia.                    

Brnabic expressed gratitude for the cooperation in the fight against the pandemic, technical assistance and expertise, emphasising that the support of this organisation is very important for our country.                     

She informed the WHO Regional Director for Europe about the course of immunisation of citizens in Serbia, expressing her belief that, thanks to the large number of vaccinated pople, we will be able to create collective immunity and return to normal life.         

Kluge assessed the immunisation process in Serbia as impressive, and added that Serbia has made a good decision to offer citizens all available vaccines used in the fight against coronavirus.              

Expressing concern over the emergence of new strains of the virus, he stressed the need to speed up the immunisation process and show mutual solidarity.                            

The WHO Regional Director for Europe praised Serbia for the humanity it has shown by donating vaccines to the countries of the region and enabling vaccination for thos who do not have a sufficient number of vaccines for their citizens.                    

The Prime Minister said that Serbia will continue to cooperate with the countries of the region and help in accordance with its capabilities.             

When it comes to the project "Roadmap for Health in the Western Balkans 2021-2025", it was stated that, if epidemiological conditions allow, a regional meeting will be held in Belgrade at the end of the year, important for future improvement of cooperation between countries in the field of health challenges.                              

Source: www.srbija.gov.rs                          

Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs


13 April 2021 Selakovic: Pristina persists in its campaign of hatred against the Serbian people

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Nikola Selakovic stated today that Pristina further persisted in its campaign of hatred against the Serbian people, which was most drastically seen in the unfounded accusations of mass rapes and genocide.        

At the UN Security Council meeting discussing the Report of the UN Secretary-General on the  work of UNMIK, Selakovic emphasixed that the efforts of the provisional institutions in Kosovo and Metohija to create a narratie about mass rapes of Albanian women were obvious, and that propaganda methods and lies were used for that purpose.                

"It is clear that there were victims on all sides in the conflict, as well as that our side has evidence of numerous Serb victims. But the precondition for ensuring the protection of rights that belong to each individual victim is a rational and well-argued approach", Selakovic said responding to the slander of the Pristina representative.              

Selakovic underlined that, contrary to the claims of politicians from Pristina about  20,000 rapde Albanian women, the information provided by the Commission for the Verification and Recognition of Sexual Violence Victim Status indicates 912 raped persons, however, failing to include in this number the Serb women who were victims of violence.               

"Let me emphasixe that Serbia condemns every act of sexual violence in conflicts and is committed to achieving justice for all victims. The number of victims certainly does not diminish the horrific effect of this type of violence on each victim individually, but also, speculating on numbers does not contribute to justice being served and leas tgo politicization and slowing down the reconciliation process", Selakovic said.                     

Regarding the genocid accusation, Minister Selakovic stated that they only went to prove that Pristina further persisted in its campaign of hatred, propaganda and open hostility towards the Serbian people.                     

"Through statements given on daily basis, they attempt to paint a picture that Serbia is to blame for everything and that genocide was committed against lbanians, all in order to hide their own reponsibility for the committed crimes", the Serbian Foreign Minister said.            

He underlined that anyone who knew what the definition of genocide implied would understand that it was not Serbia that committed something, but that the Sebian people was instead a victim of the "state-building" project of the Kosovo Albanians, based on the dangerous idea of ethically clean territories, as evidenced by more than 200,000 expelled Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija.                      

"We are convinced that the civilized world will not agree to be their accomplice in concealing and covering up their crimes, and that a clear message will be sent to them that they must take responsibility for their actions", Selakovic said.           

He reminded that until 1999, around 40,000 Serbs lived in Pristina, and that today there were only about twenty of them, that around 17,000 Serbs lived in Pec, and that today there were only the Serbian nun in the Patriarchate of Pec, that around 12,000 Serbs lived in Prizren before the war, and that today only 17 families remained there, and that in Urosevac, out of 10,000 Serbs who lived there before the war, only the family of a Serbian priest remained.


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