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Serbian president reacts to Djokovic deportation decision

4 monthes ago   |   By RT

The head of state has accused Australia of a 'witch hunt' against 'the whole country'
Aleksandar Vucic has responded to the decision by the administration of Australian prime minister Scott Morrison to deport Novak Djokovic after the tennis superstar's visa was canceled because he has not had a Covid vaccine.
Serbian leader Vucic has repeated his claim that Australia has carried out a "witch hunt" against Djokovic after the world number one had his visa revocation confirmed in a court ruling on Sunday which ended his appeal to stay in the country.
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