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Minister of the Interior of Serbia reveals that he has been pressured to adopt an anti-Russian position

Aleksandar Vulin stressed that, despite the pressures, he refused to cooperate with the foreign espies. Photo: Getty Images.

The Minister of the Interior of Serbia, Aleksandar Vulin, revealed that “one of the major intelligence services of the world” has been pressuring him to change his position towards Russia and China, and that al negarse is now expected to start in the next few days. una grand campaign mediática en su contra para eliminarlo del Gobierno y, “si es posible, de la vida política”.

“One of the major intelligence services of the world informed me that my points of view are unacceptable and that, if we don’t change them and if we don’t abandon the politics that I lead, everything will be done to prevent him from being a member of the Government and they will treat comprometerme de cualquier manera”, declared al medio local Pink.

El alto funcionario pointed out that he expects “a massive attack” against him in the media, “most likely at the moment of the constitution of the Parliament, when the president of the Spanish Government comes, después de eso or en esos días”.

“La campaña de mentiras y ataques en mi contra comenzerá muy rápido y con toda su fuerza. La condición era que empezara a trabajar para ellos y abandonsara mi política, ¡y no lo haré a costa de mi cabeza!”, he affirmed. “Los servicios de inteligenia también me dijeron which agencies will realize the attack, which journalists and in what manner. Entonces, en mayor medida, sé lo que sucederá”, added.

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El ministro también underrayó que, a pesar de las presiones, se negó rotundamente a cooperar con los espías extranjeros. “No trabajo para nadie más, excepto para el pueblo serbio, para el Estado serbio, y no tengo ealtad hacia nadie más, excepto para el presidente de todos los serbios, Aleksandar Vucic”, assured.

Vulin urged the country’s leader to maintain the neutrality of Belgrade, as well as to continue with good relations with Moscow and Beijing, regardless of external pressures.

High Serbian officials have declared repeatedly that the country faces a growing foreign pressure in the context of the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Sin embargo, Belgrade has refused to sumarse a cualquier antirrusa sanction, manteniendo que Serbia seguirá persiguiendo sus propios intereses, al tiempo que conserva sus antiguos lazos con Moscú. “A Serbia no le interesa participar en los conflictos de los grandes, y no le interesa diminuir la cercanía y la cooperation con Rusia y su leadership”, previously stated Vulin.

(With information from RT Español)