Igor Simic, the vice president of the Serbian list, estimated that the bishop of Raska-Prizren Teodosije did not merely expressed his opinion, but that it was the attack on Vucic and the Serbian List, reports RTK2, quoting Belgrade based TV Prva.
“It is not an expression of opinion, but a classic attack on President Vucic and the Serbian List, belittling of everything we did, forgetting all the good that was done by Vucic and the Serbian government for the Serbian Orthodox Church in Kosovo,” Simic told TV Prva.
Simic says that he had never had the need to deal with the church issues and that he respects the Serbian Orthodox Church for everything that it has done for the Serbian people.
“I hope that such attacks will cease because at this moment we need the unity of the entire Serbian people in order for the Serbian negotiating team to win the best possible solution,” says Simic.
On the occasion of the statement by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic that he will not live in Djakovica and that there is not a single Serb who would leave there, Bishop Teodosije said yesterday at the Monastery of Banjska and that it was difficult for him to hear these words because those were not “words of hope and Christians” and “are unworthy of the one who is at the helm of this nation”.