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According to him, it was obvious that the Russian president “won’t give up” and would continue the fight, ignoring the recent successes of the Ukrainian army in the east and south of the country. Vučić also pointed out that Ukrainian soldiers outnumbered Russian soldiers, with “five to seven” Ukrainians per Russian. The President of Serbia stressed that the Russian army with such a numerical superiority “had no chance”, which is why Putin decided to partially mobilize.
“And the West, of course, expected a complete victory and a complete defeat for Russia, and this is now complicating the situation,” Vučić stressed.
The head of the Serbian state also noted that the entire world community was divided into two parts, and none of these parts wants to accept Serbia’s neutral position. Vučić noted that it would be more and more difficult for the country to defend its neutrality every day.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on a partial mobilization in the country.