In Serbia, in several towns of Serbia swept a wave of unrest
In some cities in Serbia on Wednesday evening held anti-government protests, which hoodlums have attacked the offices of the ruling Serbian progressive party (SNS) and also attacked journalists, passed by the Serbian media.
The protesters expressed dissatisfaction with the current epidemiological situation in the country and the actions of the authorities on counteraction to the spread of coronavirus, was required to provide "truthful" information about the victims COVID-19 and criticized the editorial policy of the national teleradioservis, which covers the allegedly biased actions of the opposition and protests. Some demonstrators sang national songs and demanded the authorities to protect Kosovo.
In Novi Sad in the protest rally attended by several thousand demonstrators, including the left and far-right political movements. This hooligans among the protesters smashed the Windows in the office CAF, carried out the furniture and set fire to it in front, but also attacked with stones, Molotov cocktails and fireworks, the building of the city Council, broke the door at the entrance to the office of the regional Radio-television of Vojvodina.
During the rally was attacked and the crew of the national TV channel RTS. The gendarmerie dispersed the protesters and blocked off by cordons center of Novi Sad, after which the situation calmed down.
In the Niche of the demonstrators threw stones and fruit of the SPP office and also attacked the employees of the TV channel of RTS.
In Kragujevac on Wednesday evening about fifteen hundred protesters appeared before the building of the city Council. The rally initially was peaceful, after 22.00 (23.00 MSK) hooligans with stones smashed Windows on the ground floor of the local police station and threw him in the room flares. Security forces dispersed the crowd using tear gas.
The number of victims and detainees in these actions is not currently reported. The Serbian interior Ministry at the moment, published information about only wounding ten policemen during the riots in Belgrade.