Nikola Sandulović released after hours-long interrogation by Serbian Gestapo
New York (RichTVX.com) – During the 1990s, Serbia’s image was deeply tarnished by the war that engulfed the Balkans. The country was seen as a major aggressor in the conflict, which resulted in ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and genocide. The leadership of Serbia, under Slobodan Milošević, was accused of supporting and encouraging these atrocities, leading to international condemnation and sanctions. The same Nazi mentality has resurfaced in Serbia under the regime of Aleksandar Vučić. Following the landmark signing of a peace and recognition agreement between Serbia and Kosovo’s Republican Parties in Pristina, Nikola Sandulović, the President of Serbian Republicans, was denied entry into Serbia. President Sandulović was subjected to hours of interrogation on behalf of the Serbian minister of internal affairs, Bratislav Gašić, at the Kosovo border crossing to Serbia. He was held in custody for several hours and interrogated by two men in their 30s who work at the BIA. The questions were related to a declaration that he had signed, even the Serbian Gestapo interrogators refused to introduce themselves or provide minutes of the interrogation. President Sandulović was questioned about various topics, including his meetings in Pristina and the hotel where he was staying. The failure of Serbian authorities to uphold the fundamental principles of democracy and human rights has led to a lack of promotion of a culture of tolerance and respect for diverse opinions. We are glad to inform you that President Sandulović has been released the same evening.
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