Politics of Serbia
Aleksandar Vucic considered that what he had been doing for the sake of the citizens of Serbia is most important.
Moreover, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic showed no dignity either, in front of the foreign statesman.
"Basic good manners dictates that dirty laundry, if there is any, should be kept inside the house. We have to stop with this provincial and humiliating habit of complaining to foreigners on each other", Jovanovic told daily Blic.
Serbian Justice Minister Nela Kuburovic said on Friday that it was "hypocritical" of the UN court to say that witnesses did not dare to appear in court in Belgrade and that therefore the two Serbian Radical Party officials had to be tried in The Hague.
"Serbia has the right to appeal. It will refute the decision," Kuburovic said, Serbia's Happy TV station reported.
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals said on Tuesday that it will return the proceedings against ultranationalist politicians Petar Jojic and Vjerica Radeta to The Hague from Belgrade because witnesses were unwilling to reveal information to the Serbian authorities out of fear for their lives and safety.
The Higher Court in Montenegro on Thursday sentenced 13 people, including two Russian military intelligence officers and two opposition leaders, to up to 15 years in prison for staging an attempted coup in 2016.
They were found guilty of plotting to commit "terrorist acts" and undermine the constitutional order of Montenegro during the parliamentary elections in October 2016.