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23.09.2021.

 

 

Prezydent Chorwacji: Mamy dość szału COVID, życie

powinno wrócić do normy.

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Zbiór wypowiedzi Prezydenta Chorwacji Zorana Milanovićia, w różnym czasie i miejscach [potwierdzone, w prasie chorwackiej md]

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https://www.total-croatia-news.com/politics/55972-milanovic-we-re-fed-up-with-covid-frenzy-life-should-go-back-to-normal

ZAGRZEB, 10 września 2021 r. – Prezydent Zoran Milanović powiedział w piątek, że szaleństwo mediów związane z COVID-19 drażni ludzi i że wszystko powinno zacząć wracać do normy.
     „Powinniśmy znać cel tego całego szaleństwa. Jeśli ktoś mi powie, że celem jest całkowite wyeliminowanie koronawirusa, powiem mu, że to szaleństwo. To niemożliwe. Teraz liczy się przystosowanie i wznowienie normalnego życia” – Milanović powiedział prasie w swoim biurze. Powiedział, że historia z koronawirusem skończy się, gdy będziemy mieli więcej zaszczepionych osób niż tych, którzy nie są zaszczepieni.
       „Medialne szaleństwo związane z koronawirusem zaczyna działać ludziom na nerwy. Wszystko zostało powiedziane. Ci, którzy zostali zaszczepieni, rozwiązali swój problem. Jeśli się zaszczepisz, nie ma szans, aby wystąpiły poważne objawy albo konsekwencje. To będzie jak grypa” – powiedział prezydent.
Uważa również za szaleństwo propagowanie „obsesyjnej kultury bezpieczeństwa”.
„Nikt nie może być całkowicie bezpieczny, nie ma życia bez ryzyka i choroby” – podkreślił prezydent.
Komentując duże rozpowszechnienie tego tematu w zagranicznych mediach, takich jak CNN, Milanović powiedział, że każdego dnia zastanawiał się „czy on sam jest normalny, czy też oni oszaleli”.
„Sprowadza się to do siania paniki i nie tylko robią to od początku (pandemii). Po prostu nie ma czegoś takiego jak absolutne bezpieczeństwo, które wyklucza jakąkolwiek możliwość zachorowania. Ludzie zapadają na tysiące poważniejszych chorób , podczas gdy od półtora roku komentujemy tylko COVID”.

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Wypowiedź Prezydenta Chorwacji [potwierdzona , w prasie chorwackiej md]

Prezydent Chorwacji Zoran Milanović zapowiada koniec szczepień. "Niech nas odgrodzą drutem kolczastym, jeśli chcą. Nie zrobią tego."

https://youtu.be/HN4iwj7IAdI

1.5 minuty, napisy angielskie

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"50 procent populacji zostało zaszczepione i to wystarczy. Niech nas odgrodzą drutem kolczastym, jeśli chcą. Nie zrobią tego. Nie ma życia bez ryzyka, bez możliwości zachorowania. CNN i inne media nakręcają panikę od początku - zastanawiam się, czy ja jestem po prostu normalny, czy oni są szaleni"


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Oryginał ang. pierwszej wypowiedzi:

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Milanović: We're Fed up with COVID Frenzy, Life Should Go Back to Normal

By HINA 10 September 2021

https://www.total-croatia-news.com/politics/55972-milanovic-we-re-fed-up-with-covid-frenzy-life-should-go-back-to-normal

ZAGREB, 10 Sept 2021 - President Zoran Milanović said on Friday that the media frenzy over COVID-19 was grating on people's nerves and that things should start going back to normal.

"We should know the aim of all this frenzy. If anybody tells me that the aim is to completely eradicate coronavirus, I will tell them that this is insane. It is impossible. What matters now is adjustment and resumption of normal life," Milanović told the press in his office.

The story with coronavirus will be over the moment we have more vaccinated people than those who are not vaccinated, he said.

"The media frenzy over coronavirus is starting to grate on people's nerves."

"Everything has been said. Those who have got vaccinated, have solved their problem. If you get vaccinated, you do not stand any chance of developing serious symptoms or consequences. It is then like the flu," the president said.

He also finds it insane to advocate the "obsessive culture of safety".

"No one can be absolutely safe and secure, there is no life without any risk or disease," the president underscored.

Commenting on the high prevalence of this topic in foreign media outlets, such as CNN, Milanović said that each day he wondered "whether he is normal or whether they have gone mad."

"This amounts to sowing panic, and they are not the only ones to have been doing that since the beginning (of the pandemic). Simply, there is no absolute safety that excludes any possibility of getting sick. People develop thousands of more serious diseases, while we have been commenting on COVID for a year and a half."

In response to the comments from the press that Croatia's vaccination rate has not exceeded 50%, Milanović said that he did not care any more about that, since this was a sufficient rate of vaccination.

"Everyone knows that... there is no chance of putting those people at risk," the Croatian president said.

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A tu w końcówce też mówi, że "zaszczepieni przecież są bezpieczni, więc czego się tu obawiać"

https://www.croatiaweek.com/president-tells-croatian-community-in-new-york-croatia-is-a-safe-country-it-is-up-to-us-to-keep-it-that-way/


President tells Croatian community in New York: Croatia is a safe country, it is up to us to keep it that way

  • by croatiaweek [Tu dużo zdjęć ze spotkania. MD]

    NEW YORK, 20 September 2021 – Croatian president Zoran Milanović has visited the Croatian community in New York on his first day of his visit to the United States. 

President Milanović is in New York where he will speak at the 76th United Nations General Assembly.

On Sunday he visited the St. Nikola Tavelić Croatian Center in the scope of the Sts. Cyril & Methodius and & St. Raphael Croatian Catholic Parish and met with representatives of the Croatian community in New York.

  • “We love our state, it is ours, the best ones have fallen and laid down their lives for it. A small number of people fought for Croatia that is a member of the European Union today, it isn’t without problems, doubts, fears, it is attempting to find its right path. Today we are in that European Union and that is good for us, but as a small nation, we must get the most out of it, be selfish and fight for our interests”, President Milanović stated in his address.

Regarding the themes that will be discussed at the UN General Assembly session, President Milanović said that he was more interested in developments in Croatia and its neighbourhood. “I’m interested in knowing how you live, are you content and are you planning to return to Croatia, I’m interested in how Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina are living. I cannot do a lot, but as President, my voice is heard in the region, analysed and criticised, but I will go on,” the President said.

In that sense he expressed discontent with developments in the region saying that Croatia is a factor of stability that others are trying to undermine. “Fortunately, it’s no longer 1990, there’s no threat of a serious conflict erupting. However, we must watch what is happening in our immediate surroundings. People there are behaving as if there was no war and that they haven’t learned a lesson from what happened in 1990. In all of that, Croatia and the incumbent government, I as President, and my predecessor are the calmest, the most conciliatory and most rational. We are responsible for keeping the region peaceful, safe and for life in Croatia to stay normal and safe. Croatia is a very safe country,” President Milanović underlined.

“Paradoxically, regardless of disagreements in Croatia on a daily basis, in fact our country has never been more stable. What is essential is for it to be even better and that we absorb every possible euro that is available in European funds. By entering the European Union we gave up a good share of our legitimacy and sovereignty, it is a major decision that commits generations, it is not without negative consequences. Otherwise the European Union for us has no deeper sense”, the President added.

President Milanović concluded his address to the Croatian community in New York with the following words: “Thank you for the cordial welcome. I wish you health. Long live our homeland that is your homeland too! I won’t say that the door is always open for you because it is your house as much as mine”.

As for the coronavirus pandemic he said that in New York there is already the post COVID period since many people have been vaccinated. “Not that many of our people have been vaccinated. I have been saying this for months, it’s time to start living normally. If someone doesn’t want to get vaccinated, they are not a threat to me, I start from myself, this should be understood and we should start living normally because we will not be able to eradicate this virus,” President Milanović said.

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