Vucic saw Radoicic's statement in a shortened version, the prosecutor's office was on the move
The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, said that he "saw the shortened version" of Milan Radoicic's statement and reiterated that he will have to respond to the invitation of the state authorities.
"I'll just read the letter." I am sure that the authorities should ask questions, whether the prosecutor will prosecute him is not a question for me. First go according to procedure, I know that, if someone thought he would run or hide and be proud of it, I don't think anyone has the right to kill someone. I know that the police should collect information, so the prosecutor comes and decides," said Vucic.
Today, the recent vice-president of the Serbian List, Milan Radoicic, took full responsibility for the events in the village of Banjska in the north of Kosovo, according to a statement read to the media by his lawyer, Goran Petronijevic.
Commenting on Radoicic saying that the events in the village of Banjska had nothing to do with official Belgrade, Vucic said that Serbia would have "destroyed its position" if it had been involved. He repeated that Serbia has "evidence" and that it will prosecute the "cold-blooded killers" of Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija in that conflict.
Vucic added that he spoke with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.
"It wasn't an easy conversation with Blinken, we agreed on a few things, on a few we didn't." De-escalation, a greater role for KFOR is needed, and Serbia will always support that role," said the President of Serbia.
He also says that the American secretary also talked about possible sanctions if Serbia does not behave accordingly.
"I said you are a force, I'm against it, it's bad." "We have to stick to the truth," said Vucic.