In Sunday’s address of Serbia’s president, Aleksandar Vucic, following the demonstrations in Belgrade, the Prime Minister of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, was also mentioned. Vucic spoke in the context of Friday’s verdict on the 27 April case in which former Interior Minister Mitko Cavkov was sentenced to 18 years in prison for the Parliament events.

The great friend of tycoon Jeremic and Djilas boasted for sentencing Cavkov to 18 years in prison, because he did not prevent people from entering the Parliament, and now many may think that we should also think on that principle. I believe that our Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic thought he had was dealing with responsible people and did not expect any violence, said Vucic.