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It’s not a criminal act that a Serbian intelligence officer was in the Macedonian Parliament, says Vučić

Brussels, 25 May, 2017 - 13:25 (META) 

The Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, after last night’s informal dinner with the Prime Ministers of the Western Balkans, when asked by a journalist about the presence of an advisor of the Serbian Embassy in Skopje in the Parliament building during the violence on the 27th of April, he said that the embassy’s advisor didn’t commit any crimes nor did he take part in the violence, reports Beta agency.

A day before yesterday, Telma television reported that Goran Živaljević, an officer of the Serbian Intelligence Agency BIA was present in Parliament during the mayhem.

Vučić replied that during the protests that were against him there were people from Macedonia in Belgrade and he said: “So What?”

Vučić has stated for the Serbian media that with the Macedonian mandatary, Zoran Zaev, he had decent relations and that Serbia wants to have good relations with Macedonia. SDSM party leader in his interviews in Serbia called the Serbian government “nationalistic.”

“Zaev was very well mannered this evening. I don’t want to talk about private relations. We want to have good relations with Macedonia and we will have them”, said Vučić.

Vučić: Serbia is not interfering in Macedonia’s internal affairs

Lazarevac, 1 May, 2017 - 16:29 (META) 

Serbia is not interfering in Macedonia’s internal affairs, said today the Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić whose mandate as a Prime Minister is about to expire and soon he is going to take over the presidential position in Serbia.

-Friendly nation lives there to whom we wish peace and stability – said Vučić after visiting the mining basin Kolubara.

He said that Serbia is a small country to which it is important that the region is peaceful and stable.
-It is important to us that everything is peaceful and stable in the Balkans. It is to us the keep the stability in the country – said Vučić.

Serbia also alert about the situation in Kumanovo

Belgrade, 9 May, 2015 - 16:05 (META) 

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vuchik scheduled an extraordinary session of the Coordination Bureau of the security services for tomorrow at 1 pm, on the occasion of today’s developments in Kumanovo, reported Serbian media.

Vuchik’s office, as well as the Interior Minister of Serbia Nebojsha Stefanovik, didn’t confirm this information because, as they say, operational data are concerned.

In addition, as Radio Television Serbia (RTS) reported, Serbian authorities in the border region with Macedonia deployed additional police forces, for which, Serbian minister Stefanovik informed Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska.

This is not officially confirmed by the Serbian Interior Ministry, but, according to unofficial information reported by Serbian media, it is matter of around 450 members of the gendarmerie, who were deployed in the border region between the two countries.
As Serbian “Blic” reported, armored vehicles of the special purposes unit of the Serbian Interior Ministry directed towards the border with Macedonia.