Law enforcement agencies and special services of Serbia have started an investigation into the illegal wiretapping of the country's President Aleksandar Vucic. This was announced on Sunday, January 3, on TV Prva by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic, Alexander Vulin, RIA Novosti reports.
According to the minister, some time ago Vucic became aware that he was being tapped. “He received certain information, the competent services informed the president that there was a practice of wiretapping him,” Vulin said.
He noted that there is no information yet about who is behind this. The goals of the attackers are still unknown, however, the head of the Serbian Interior Ministry stressed, it is already clear that they were ill-intentioned. When exactly the wiretapping took place is not specified.
According to RIA Novosti, Vulin previously reported that the Serbian president was under threat after representatives of the Montenegrin mafia clans were detained in the country.