Serbia mourns Mikis Theodorakis

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic offers his condolences and deep sorrow over his death Miki Theodoraki.

“Today Serbia mourns the legendary Mikis Theodorakis, who was not only one of the greatest composers, but also a great friend of our country and our people,” said Vucic in a statement by the presidency of the republic.

He supported Serbia in difficult times

In 1999, Aleksandar Vucic praised the courage of Mikis Theodorakis, who condemned the bombing of Yugoslavia. “We will remember him for his eternal music, with which he left his mark all over the world, but also for his courage to support Serbia in the most difficult times and in one of the greatest trials our country faced during the bombing was exposed” he clarifies.

“Mikis, a great artist, a fighter for justice, a man with a liberal spirit, has left a unique mark in music history, but also in our hearts. Goodbye, great conductor! Serbia will remember you!” End the announcement the death of Mikis Theodorakis by the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

The death of Mikis Theodorakis is one of the first current events in Serbia. All publications refer to his contribution to world culture with his music, but also to his political and social sensitivities.

The Serbian media in particular are concerned with the condemnation of the NATO bombings and his speech from the concert that took place in Syntagma Square in 1999 is broadcast on television.

“The death sentence of the United Nations was signed in Washington. The death of international law was signed. The law of the jungle, the law and the law of the fittest were signed.” The United States can now, with the complicity of European states, try to condemn anyone and punish who they believe is against their plans, “said Mikis Theodorakis, adding:

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