Serbian Prime Minister lashes out at Djokovic for "violating" health restrictions

Novak Djokovic He is facing the last hours before the final decision on his deportation from Australia and in Serbia, for the first time, he lashes out against the decisions of one of the country’s great idols. The Prime Minister of the Balkan country, Ana Brnabic, joined the criticism against the number one in the world after learning of the violation of sanitary restrictions when attending public events being positive for coronavirus.

“I don’t know when he actually received the results, when did you see the results, so there is a gray area. The only answer to that question can be given by Novak, “Brnabic said in a statement in which he spoke of a” clear violation “of Serbia’s sanitary restrictions regarding the pandemic.

Djokovic would have tested positive on December 16, as he acknowledged, although he would not know the results of the PCR carried out until a day later. Both on the 17th and the 18th, Novak appeared in two public events without a mask And that error, acknowledged by himself in a statement issued this Wednesday through social networks, has earned him criticism from the political leader of his country in statements to the BBC.

Now, Djokovic is in the hands of the Australian Government and specifically the Minister of Immigration, Alex Hawke, who will have to decide whether to use the power granted by his position and deport Nole for the irregularities in his visa and in the medical exemption granted a priori to dispute the Open de Australia.

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