Security Services Bureau to meet in Belgrade

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has called a meeting of the Security Services Coordination Bureau for Monday in Belgrade.

Source: Vecernje novosti, Tanjug
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(Tanjug, file)
(Tanjug, file)

The possible involvement of Serbian citizens in the recent events in Montenegro will be on the agenda, among other things, Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, who is also a deputy prime minister, has told Tanjug.

According to him, "three very important topics" will be discussed during the meeting.

Beside the accusations that Serbian citizens prepared to "attack Montenegro's institutions and kidnap PM Milo Djukanovic" ahead of the elections in that country last weekend, the Bureau will also discuss "activities of foreign intelligence services in Serbia and protection of Serbia's national sovereignty, as well as fighting corruption and crime.""

"I expect that swift and timely reaction from all services, as has been the case until now, will yield results, while we will present to the prime minister all the important information we have obtained in the past few weeks," Stefanovic said.

Meanwhile, Belgrade-based daily Vecernje Novosti writes that the meeting will hear about Serbian security services' "reliable information" that nobody from the country's official structures was involved in the events in Montenegro.

The newspaper is also reporting that the Bureau will be informed about the presence of CIA and other intelligence services in our country. Quoting unnamed sources, the article said these services have been "particularly active in the last few months" - while Serbian counter-intelligence operations have uncovered "numerous cases of espionage."

The recent arrest of a high ranking Criminal Investigations Police official, who is suspected of passing confidential information to CIA officers in Belgrade, is mentioned in this context, as well as the arrest and trial of Cedo Colovic, who admitted to spying for Croatia.

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