Israeli embassy in Belgrade

Dacic: Wahhabists biggest threat to Muslims, we should fight against terrorism together

BELGRADE - Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said on Wednesday he had spoken with members of the Bosniak community following a recent terrorist attack in which a Wahhabist wounded a gendarme outside the Israeli embassy in Belgrade, and added that he expected to see cooperation with the Islamic community in the fight against terrorism.

Vucevic: Red security alert to remain in force for a few more days

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Milos Vucevic said on Tuesday a red security alert declared in the wake of Saturday's terrorist attack outside the Israeli embassy in Belgrade would remain in force for a few more days and that Serbian security agencies were working on uncovering cells of religious extremists.

Drecun: Network of radical Islamism exists in region

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian parliamentary committee on defence and interior affairs Milovan Drecun said a terrorist who had wounded a gendarme in an attack outside the Israeli embassy in Belgrade on Saturday had not been acting alone as he had later been found to have had ties with other religious converts who were members of the same Islamist organisation of Wahhabists.

Vucic: Gendarme who killed terrorist will be decorated, people have no reason for fear

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday a Serbian gendarme who killed a terrorist during Saturday's attack on the Israeli embassy in Belgrade would be decorated and noted that the people of Serbia had no reason for fear.

Vucic: Gendarme who killed terrorist will be decorated,people have no reason for fear

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday a Serbian gendarme who killed a terrorist during Saturday's attack on the Israeli embassy in Belgrade would be decorated and noted that the people of Serbia had no reason for fear.