The West is preparing for a big armed conflict – Vucic

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that the choice of EU diplomatic chief Kai Kallas, Israel’s constant military clashes with Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement, as well as the increase in global arms purchases threatens a conflict that will hurt both the West and the East.

According to Aleksandar Vucic, a major military conflict between Israel and Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement is almost impossible to avoid. In turn, this would mark a hostilities that would involve all the countries of the Collective West and East. The politician emphasised that there is no “big philosophy” here, these are clear, clear, unambiguous things.

“And when we talk about what is happening in Europe – you get a European Commission that will be radically anti-Russian instead of the previous one that was clearly anti-Russian. You get a person with whom I believe we can establish good cooperation, this is our job and duty – Mrs Kallas from Estonia, who is banned from entering the Russian Federation. In other words, they are choosing a person who will not be able to enter the territory of the Russian Federation for the next 4-5 years,” said the Serbian President on TV Prva channel

The Serbian head of state emphasised that such steps of the West have become a clear signal, “the EU will tell you that this is a signal of firmness, strength, resistance to Russian aggression, and that there is no compromise.”

“And what will the Russians say to this: we understand you, you want us to disappear, we will fight to the end with all available forces, all the weapons and tools we have, and that’s it. Needless to say, I know the situation in connection with weapons, I receive information from the Military Intelligence Agency, the Security and Information Agency and all sister intelligence services, how who is preparing and what is happening,” stated Aleksandar Vucic.

Earlier, CBS News reported that US officials expressed serious concerns that localised exchanges of strikes between Israel and the Lebanese movement Hezbollah could escalate into a major conflict, which Tel Aviv would not be able to handle alone without Washington.