Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said today that he is proud that representatives of Serbia and Republika Srpska have recognised the significance of Andricville and the Andric Institute for the Serbian people and its future generations.
“I believe that we will know how to preserve that which we have preserved for centuries, and that we will bring a better future to the Serbian people as a whole, with smarter, wiser, more serious and more responsible policies,” Vucic told reporters after the inauguration of Andricville.
He thanked Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik and the conceptual designer of Andricville, famous Serbian film maker Emir Kusturica, for everything they have done for the people in Srpska, particularly in building Andricville, in which, he says, they were helped by Serbia.
“I wish the citizens of Srpska and Serbia an auspicious Vidovdan,” said Vucic, who today together with Dodik and Kusturica solemnly inaugurated Andricville, where Serbia and Srpska jointly observed Vidovdan /St. Vitus’ Day/ and the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War.