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SHE BEGGED FOR SOMEONE TO GET HER OUT OF LIBYA AND GET BACK TO SERBIA! Horrifying details about the murder of Serbs in Libya

- Her stay was over and we looked for a new candidate, but no one responded. This is a big problem, people do not want to go to certain countries like Syria, or KSA - stated the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dačić

She was not supposed to be working at the time of kidnapping, but no one responded to come to work instead of her.

SERBS IN LIBYA WERE KIDNAPPED BY A TRIBE LIVING FROM BLOOD MONEY! The newest details of the murder of Serbian citizens

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Sladjana spent 9 years in Libya, only to get killed on Friday, 19 February, along with her colleague Jovica Stepić.

These suspicions were confirmed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs who said that he has been looking for her replacement for months.

- Her stay was over and we looked for a new candidate, but no one responded. This is a big problem, people do not want to go to certain countries like Syria, or KSA - stated Ivica Dačić.

He added that in the end another worker, Zoran Ocokoljić was supposed to go instead of her.

- He was the only one to accept the position, but the kidnapping occurred - stated Ivica Dačić.

FOTO: Tanjug / Zoran Žestić

FOTO: Tanjug / Zoran Žestić

Unofficially, after the first kidnapping in May 2015, Sladjana wrote a letter to Serbian MFA requesting that she goes back home.

She was anxious to go back to Serbia, stated her neighbor Radomir Milosavljević.

Foto: Facebook/ليبيا للجميع وبالجميع

Foto: Facebook/ليبيا للجميع وبالجميع

Bodies of murdered Serbian citizens were supposed to be brought last night, February 22, to Serbia but due to procedural reasons that did not happen.

Department of Foreign Affairs will wait for a couple of days more, if not, bodies will be transported through Tunisia.

- Libya offered a charter, and we requested the permit to land in Tripoli. We still have not got this permission - said the chief of Serbian diplomacy.

Because of this tragedy, Republic of Srpska opened a Book of Condolence; the president of Republic of Srpska, Milorad Dodik, wrote a message in it.

(Telegraf.co.uk)

Tags: Department of Foreign Affairs, Gaddafi, Hostage, Hostages, Jovica Stepić, Kidnappers, Kidnapping, Killers, Libya, Murder, Serbia, Sladjana Stanković, Targets, terrorist, tragedy
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