Former Serbian president: Sovereignty must be respected

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Dozens of countries, including #China and Russia, have not been invited to the “Summit for Democracy” organized by the United States. However China’s #Taiwan region has been invited to the meeting, while China says this is a blatant violation of the one-China principle. Former Serbian president Boris Tadic criticized the actions that undermine international rules on sovereignty and integrity, stressing that these principles should be upheld. #Politics

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