Serbian president threatens Real Madrid striker with harsh sanctions

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Vucic, in particular, attacked Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic He who currently resides in his apartment, saying to him: "If you leave your home, you will be arrested immediately", According to a newspaper "Ace" Spanish.

Official sources have confirmed that the Serbian Prosecutor’s Office will file a criminal complaint against Jovic for leaving his apartment in the central district of Frakár, where he should have been kept isolated pursuant to the preventive measures Health.

Early Thursday morning, Serbian Interior Minister, Nebojsa Stefanovic, confirmed that 80 people will be interrogated, including "Athletes and the wealthy so as to escape the quarantine imposed on everyone".

Stefanovic Bjovic did not cite, but the Serbian press assumes that he was one of the people mentioned.

If the complaint is confirmed, Luka Jovic may face payment Fine Expensive and even prison terms from one to 12 years, according to Serbian law.

In a related context, the Serbian Prime Minister, Anna Bernabek, criticized Jovic indirectly, saying: "Everyone has seen it, and this is an example of our soccer players, who come from abroad and have contracts in the millions, then come here, and ignore the rules of sanitary isolation when they return home".

She added: "This is something our authorities must study and take all measures".

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Vucic, in particular, attacked Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic, who is currently residing in his apartment, telling him: “If you leave your house, you will be arrested immediately,” according to the Spanish newspaper AS.

Official sources have confirmed that the Serbian Prosecutor’s Office will file a criminal complaint against Jovic for leaving his apartment in the central district of Fracar, where he should have been kept in isolation, applying health protection measures.

Early on Thursday morning, Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic stressed that 80 people, including “athletes and wealthy people,” would be questioned to escape the quarantine imposed on everyone.

Stefanovic Bjovic did not cite, but the Serbian press assumes that he was one of the people mentioned.

If the complaint is confirmed, Luka Jovic may face a heavy fine and even prison terms from one to 12 years, according to Serbian law.

In a related context, the Serbian Prime Minister, Anni Bernabek, criticized Jovic indirectly, saying: “Everyone has seen it, and this is an example of our soccer players, who come from abroad and have contracts in the millions, then they come here, and ignore the rules of sanitary isolation when They go home. “

She added: “This is something our authorities must study and take all measures against.”

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