Outsiders don't decide where Serbian military goes - Vucic
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that he had no intention of explaining military units' movements to anyone.Source: Beta
Speaking on Monday, Vucic added that no outsider would ever make any decision in that regard, Beta agency reported.
"It was by chance that the Serbian army and Gendarmerie were not where the (Kosovo) Albanian media had said they would be, but I won't make any excuses when they do get there, nor do I care what they might write or think," Vucic said answering a journalist's question in Zemun.
Vucic noted that the supreme commander of the Army of Serbia had a constitutional right to deploy the army and Gendarmerie where he wanted to, and that no outsider would have a say in their movements.
"No outsider will run this state, nor will Serbian or Albanian media. It's clear that we'll perform our duties with the interests of our citizens in mind," Vucic said.
Pristina-based media reported on June 4 that Serbia's regular army and Gendarmerie were deployed in the morning of June 3 near the Jarinje administrative crossing.