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Aleksandar Vucic : Serbian president launches extraordinary attack on Australia over Novak Djokovic legal battle – accusing officials of ‘Orwellian performances’ and Scott Morrison of ‘mistreating him due to elections’ Wiki, Bio, Age, Facebook, President, Networth

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Who is Aleksandar Vucic ?

Aleksandar Vučić is a Serbian politician serving as the president of Serbia since 2017 and as the president of the populist Serbian Progressive Party since 2012. Wikipedia

Born: 

March 5, 1970 (age 51 years), Belgrade, Serbia

Height:

 1.99 m

Party: 

Serbian Progressive Party

Spouse:

 Tamara Đukanović (m. 2013), Ksenija Vučić (m. 1997–2011)

Children:

 Milica Vučić, Danilo Vučić, Vukan Vučić

Parents: 

Anđelko Vučić, Angelina Vučić

Education: 

Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu (1994), Zemun Gymnasium (1988)

Serbia’s president has lashed out at Australia after national hero Novak Djokovic lost his 11-day legal battle to stay and compete at the Australian Open.

The unvaccinated tennis star will likely be flying home in a few hours, prompting the leader of his nation, Aleksandar Vucic, to accuse Scott Morrison of playing politics ahead of the upcoming election.

Vucic accused Australian government lawyers of “lying” during “pointless” court proceedings when they claimed that less than half of Serbs were vaccinated.

“You saw in the pointless trial how much the prosecution lied,” he said.

They are simply lying. They say that there are less than 50 percent of people vaccinated in Serbia and officially the number is 58%.

President Aleksandar Vučić said that it was impossible for him not to make a statement about the situation due to the attacks and pressure on the Serbian tennis star.

“If you wanted to ban Novak Djokovic from winning the [Australian Open] trophy for the 10th time, why didn’t you immediately return it, why didn’t you tell him it was impossible to get a visa?” Vučić asked in the clip.

“Why do they harass him, why do they mistreat him and his family and nation that is free and proud?

“Is all of this necessary to win election and please your audience?

“A president of a small country has come along who has the courage to say that to a great prime minister of a big country: I can because I am telling the truth and you know I am telling the truth.”

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