New threats were sent to the activist from Serbia, Aida Ćorović. As she announced on her Facebook profile, she received a “postcard” from Vrbas that reads: “Kill Aida Ćorović on sight.”
On the photo she published, it says, among other things, “Ratko Mladić” and “Kosovo is Serbia”.
“Thanks to the friend who sent it. Now I’m waiting for them to call me from the president’s office, as they have a habit of calling occasionally,” wrote Ćorović.
We remind you that this activist received the verdict of the Misdemeanor Court in Belgrade that she was guilty of disturbing public order and peace, when in November 2021, in Belgrade, she threw eggs at the graffiti of Ratko Mladić, who was convicted of war crimes and genocide. The verdict orders her to pay a fine of 100,000 dinars, according to her announcement.
Ćorović also wrote that she received the verdict on Tuesday and that Serbia became a “penitentiary and a casemate” during the rule of Aleksandar Vučić, in which, as she says, all types of criminals, murderers and “scum of every kind” have all possible protection, while are all left on the sidelines.
“I traced my path a long time ago, I didn’t know how much it would cost me, but if I could go back, I would always choose the same scenario,” said Ćorović, N1 reports.