Serbian Interior Minister Alexander Vulin received a threat from "one of the largest intelligence agencies in the world" because of his position towards Russia and China. </p><div> <p>According to Vulin, he was informed that if he does not abandon his current policy and support for President Vučić, then from next week a compromising media campaign will be launched against him, the purpose of which will be to prevent the politician from entering the new government formed following the results of the elections held on 3 April.
The interior minister said that even “at the cost of his own life” he would not work for a foreign intelligence service, RIA Novosti reports.
“I have not worked for anyone and will not work, except for the Serbian people, the Serbian state,” Vulin said.
The interior minister also urged the president to withstand external pressure and continue the current policy, “be on the best terms with Russia and China” and maintain military neutrality.