MINISTER OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS Aleksandar Vulin stated today in East Sarajevo that the protests held on Saturday throughout the cities of Serbia have nothing to do with ecology but with dirty politics and dirty money and that there are very powerful political centers outside Serbia who want President Aleksandar Vucic more does not lead Serbia.
Minister Vulin pointed out that this was their goal, among other things, because the Republika Srpska would not be guarded and preserved, and because they would go back to the time when we talked about fraternal relations, and we could not say why we are brothers.
He stated that at that time in 2000, in which we allegedly loved each other, no road, square, factory was built, no school was built in Republika Srpska.
– While Aleksandar Vučić is in power and leads the Republic of Serbia, the Republika Srpska will be preserved, and political stability in Serbia will be preserved – Minister of Police Vulin emphasized.
The Minister of the Interior pointed out that roads and bridges in Serbia are not blocked because someone cares about clean air and that environmental problems are not solved by trying to make life impossible, attacking a man and beating him, and running an organized campaign against the police.
– Those who beat people, knowingly break the law and knowingly attack the police wherever they go, do not deal with ecology. Environmental problems are solved like everywhere else in the world by work, organization, organized and safe state, and not by blocking the highway by several thousand people in the whole of Serbia, which prevents the movement of seven million people and disrupts their daily lives – said the Serbian Minister of Police.
– We will preserve political stability at all costs, we will respect the law, but all citizens of the Republic of Serbia should know that these gatherings have nothing to do with ecology and clean air, but with dirty politics, dirty money and those who would like to make our Serbia an insecure and unstable place – said the Minister of Police, Aleksandar Vulin, answering the questions of the journalists in East Sarajevo.
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