Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic made a passive-aggressive statement condemning Macedonia for its move to co-sponsor the UN resolution condemning Serbia for the Srebrenica genocide.

The decision was made by Macedonia’s ethnic Albanian Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, possibly driven by election considerations, as it was not cleared by the Government and was partially refuted by Macedonia’s ethnic Serb Deputy Prime Minister Bojan Maricic. Other top Serbian politicians also questioned the decision making process in Macedonia and reminded the country of Serbia’s help during the Covid and Ukraine crises.

The resolution is Germany’s idea, and was supported by NATO’s most powerful countries, including the United States. It’s absolutely irrelevant which leadership made the decision in Macedonia, we thank them for it, we probably deserve it with everything we did to foster friendship with Macedonia, Vucic lamented.