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Serbian interior minister complains about threats from foreign intelligence agencies because of Russia

Serbian interior minister complains about threats from foreign intelligence agencies because of Russia

Serbian Interior Minister Alexander Vulin said that one of the world’s largest intelligence agencies plans to launch a campaign to discredit him because of his position on relations with Russia and China.

“One of the largest intelligence services in the world, if not the largest, announced that my positions are unacceptable and that if I do not change them and do not abandon the policy that I am pursuing,<…> then I will not become a member of the government and they will do absolutely everything, to compromise me,” Vulin said.


According to the minister, a massive campaign to discredit him in the media will begin next week, during the formalization of a new convocation of parliament.


“The condition was that I start working for this foreign intelligence service. I won’t even at the cost of my own life <…> I have not worked for anyone and will not work, except for the Serbian people, the Serbian state, and I will not be completely loyal to anyone except for the President of All Serbs Aleksandar Vučić,” he stressed.


The official urged the head of state to withstand external pressure and maintain military neutrality, as well as maintain “the best” relations with Russia and China.