Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin (left). Photo: Zoltan Balogh/EPA.
Serbian Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin on Friday said that he would postpone his planned hunger strike against alleged opposition "violence", after talking to President Aleksandar Vucic - which has not stopped some members of the public from mocking his plans.
The Collegium of the minister of defense and the chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Army will consider the security situation in the country and its surroundings.
The meeting is presided by Defense Minster Aleksandar Vulin and held in the Banjica 2 barracks in the capital, the MoD said in a statement.
The meeting is attended by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, security agency BIA chief Bratislav Gasic, First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin, Army chief Lieutenant General Milan Mojsilovic, Director of the Police Vladimir Rebic, and other officials.
The daily Politika writes this on Friday, adding that, as in most other cases when US Ambassador Kyle Scott crossed the imaginary line of diplomatic propriety toward Serbia, or when his words hurt the feelings of a large number of citizens here, reactions followed this time as well - both from officials and from the public.