During the Senate hearing on US policy towards the Western Balkans, Chairman Robert Menendez (D-NJ) of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee openly criticized Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, drawing a striking parallel to Vladimir Putin.
The Pavlovic Today approached Chairman Menendez following the hearing to ask about his message to President Vucic.
Chairman Menendez delivered a clear-cut declaration, asserting, “My message for President Vucic is that: If you want your country to prosper, then create stability and peace with your neighbor in Kosovo.”
The Pavlovic Today was present during the hearing, providing real-time coverage and minute-by-minute details of the discussions and statements made.
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