Serbian President says Djokovic being ‘mistreated’ in Australia « CmaTrends

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The Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke on Saturday had exercised his powers to cancel Djokovic’s visa on the bottom that his presence within the nation would possibly excite anti-vaccination sentiment.

Djokovic is the defending Australian Open champion and has received three consecutive titles since 2019. The Serbian has not declared his COVID-19 vaccination standing and is a powerful opponent of individuals being compelled to taking the jab.

At an emergency late-night court docket listening to on Friday, Judge Anthony Kelly had dominated that Djokovic can’t be deported whereas the enchantment proceedings are taking place.

A report in sen.com.au stated on Saturday that Djokovic “will be taken into custody on Saturday after a court hearing late on Friday night”.

In a video posted on social media, Vucic stated, “Why are you mistreating him (Djokovic), why are you taking it out not only on him but also on his family and the whole nation. If you wanted to forbid Novak Djokovic to win the (Australian Open) trophy for the 10th time, why didn’t you return him immediately, why didn’t you tell him that it was impossible to get a visa?” Vucic started, through the ABC.

“Why do you mistreat him, why do you torture him, as well as his family and (a) nation that is free and proud? Is all this necessary to win the elections and please your public?

“A president of a small country has appeared who has the courage to say that to one great prime minister of a large country — I can because I’m telling the truth and you know I’m telling the truth. They often preach to us about the rule of law.

“You can imagine what it would look like if a minister in Serbia annulled court decisions. They showed us what an independent judiciary looks like, but they also showed us what an irrelevant judiciary looks like, because all the power there is in the hands of the executive.

“We will fight for Novak Djokovic and the fact that you will harass him for a day, two or five more will not change the sentiments of our people towards the people of Australia that we highly respect and appreciate, but also our opinion about Novak Djokovic.

“You can write hundreds of thousands of worst articles about Djokovic, he will remain the greatest tennis player of all time, and we will firmly keep him in our hearts.

“And you who think that you are achieving something by harassing him, you will never reach not only Novak Djokovic, but any ordinary man, both of our and your proud and dignified people.

“Long live Serbia, Novak, we are with you.”

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