Serbia told about coup d'etat attempt

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Serbia told about coup d'etat attempt

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic called the illegal wiretapping of the country's President Aleksandar Vucic an attempt at a coup d'etat. She told about this on TV Pink, quoted by RIA Novosti.

In her opinion, functionaries of the ruling party and high officials from the Ministry of Internal Affairs are involved in this. Brnabic stressed that the investigation of the incident should reveal the entire mechanism, to the “last screw”.

On March 7, the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia, Aleksandr Vulin, said that the president of the country and his family members had been tapped illegally more than 1,500 times. According to him, the Ministry of Internal Affairs has received irrefutable evidence of 1572 cases of illegal wiretapping. In addition to the president himself, his brother Andrei, father Angelko and son Danilo were auditioned.

In February it became known that an assassination attempt was being prepared on the Serbian president. The murder was supposed to take place on January 27, when Vucic unveiled a monument to the founder of the Serbian medieval state, Stefan Neman, in Belgrade. More than 850 special forces soldiers were sent to defend the president that day.

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