Driver tries to intercept president’s motorcade

A Škoda Fabia with no license plates has tried to cut in Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić’s motorcade several times.

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  1. Good point and respect Fangio:)

    I dunno, outmanouvering the Prez's motocade to cut into it and then dissapear, well that be more on the talented side of driving skills. Maybee just wanted a gig and decided to prove why.
    (Fangio, 22 November 2012 14:26)
    (Dragce, 23 November 2012 12:11)

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  2. I am also suspicion about fact that this Skoda don’t have a right registration number. Stupid driver, or something other. It must be certainly investigated and reported to the nation in all details.
    (Rade, 23 November 2012 02:17)

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  3. Rocky

    Damn, talk about making a hen out of a feather. No proof to why this happend yet an albanian who knows things no one else know anything about. Perhaps you are one of those "unhappy" civilians from Presevo.
    If k-albs havent complained yet about their catastrophic situation yet then serbs won't either.
    (MikeC, 22 November 2012 18:54)

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  4. The motorcade must have been flashing lights only, no siren. I have seen many of them in Serbia. Police cars, ambulances ... You have no idea if these vechicles have the right of way or the driver just forgot to switch off the blue lights on the car roof.

    Yesterday I saw a motorcade next to the Parliament building in Belgrade with a BMW SUV in it. Drivers were laid back and reckless. Not at all looking like protecting the figure they were transporting!
    (Tomasz, 22 November 2012 15:37)

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  5. A Skoda with no registration cutting in front of other drviers on a road in Belgrade partially blocked by constructions...in other shocking news, night follows day
    (Hugh, 22 November 2012 14:59)

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  6. How about just really bad Serbian drivers...
    (Dragce, 22 November 2012 10:38)

    I dunno, outmanouvering the Prez's motocade to cut into it and then dissapear, well that be more on the talented side of driving skills. Maybee just wanted a gig and decided to prove why.
    (Fangio, 22 November 2012 14:26)

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  7. I´d say the new government needs some stories to distract from the real tasks they were elected for.

    Nikolić should not forget about serbian interests in KiM, because if they should go on with this stupid EU-has-no-alternative-rubbish, he could get real problems in the future.

    always remember, poeple with no alternative take radical measures - and Serbia got a lot of poor poeple.
    (Jovan, 22 November 2012 12:51)

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  8. Rocky

    Your view of political feelings in Serbia is just so wrong and misguided yet you come on here seeing yourself as some sort of knowledge, in fact you couldn't be more wrong in all your comments. If you think Nikolic is some sort of ultranationalist then you are clearly thick as anything, quite frankly it is the opposite that has people concerned. The fact is Nikolic has no backbone and is somewhat of a coward, his action over Kosovo is weak as is his ability to tackle other problems in Serbia, if anything he isn't patriotic enough. And you bang on about people being tired of this supposed nationalistic ways, so why did people vote for him? Your pathetic insight is proved wrong because if the Serbian people wanted a president who would recognize Kosovo and give up all patriotism then they would have voted for Cedomir Jovanovic and the LDP, however that party only just made it across the 5% required to enter parliament, so his politics clearly arn't very popular. I don't know what the motive of this incident was, but I can tell you just to corret you that the majority of Serbian people in the most recent polls would defend Kosovo over the EU, and EU support is in decline especially amongst the youth. The future for Kosovo albanians isn't bright so I would calm down with the rhetoric just so you don't look so stupid in the future.
    (SCP UK, 22 November 2012 12:49)

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  9. Ordinary Serbs, just fed up with Serbia's policy's of nationalistic isolationism! First it was S.Milosevich, now T. Nikolic, while the ordinary civilian population struggles to provide the basics to his family! What can you expect from the civilian population in Serbia? They are sick and tired of their politicians, which again seem to be leading Serbia to Eminent destruction! Yes we have the few renegade Chetnik supporters which support these type of barbaric policy's! But a majority of the population is fed up with all the lies!
    (Rocky, 22 November 2012 11:54)

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  10. How about just really bad Serbian drivers...
    (Dragce, 22 November 2012 10:38)

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