Serbian president: Serbia won’t impose sanctions on China and Russia

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    Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said his country is not going to impose sanctions on China and Russia, although it is on the path to European Union membership. In a TV interview on Tuesday, Vucic said that Serbia is a militarily neutral country, and Serbia won’t ruin its relations and has great relations with China and Russia.

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