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Vucic has called the protests in Serbia is meaningless

In protest to the national Assembly (Parliament) of Serbia in Belgrade on Sunday involved less than 500 people, said the evening President Aleksandar Vucic, calling these meetings are meaningless.

In Belgrade and other cities of Serbia from 7 July evening held mass protests against government policies against the background of restrictive measures because of COVID-19. The action on Sunday was the smallest.

During the searches of the protesters in Serbia found "Molotov cocktails"

Police found during the searches of protesters in the capital of Serbia prepared Molotov cocktails and gas masks, said the Deputy mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesic.

In Belgrade and other cities of Serbia from 7 July evening held mass protests against government policies against the background of restrictive measures because of COVID-19. The Director of police of Serbia Vladimir Rebić said on Saturday that during the riots the night before, injured 14 police officers (from the beginning of the protests - 130) arrested 71 people. Deputy mayor Goran Vesic said that the damage to the Serbian capital from the violent protests in the city center, until July 9 was one million euros, counting losses continues. From Saturday to Sunday, the protest passed almost peacefully, with the arrest of a few aggressive protesters at the end.

Vucic promised to deal with rioted in Belgrade hooligans

The President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic has promised to deal with all the hooligans involved in the riots in Belgrade during anti-government demonstrations.

On Friday evening in front of the Parliament building in the capital of Serbia for the fourth time, the performances were ended by the attack on the police, disperse the crowd with tear gas.