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In the continuation of the trial against the accused of attempted terrorism on the election day in Montenegro, the High Court in Podgorica continued by hearing a cooperating witness Aleksandar Sindjelic, who claims that he refused the task of Eduard Shishmak to kill Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.
- The moment he asked me that, I knew that I did not have the possibility to do it because the security situation was bad, I do not do crime - Sindjelic said.
Sindjelic claims that he didn't guide or organize this or any similar events.
- I did not manage any events and I was not an organizer. Regarding the events of 2015, I followed them, but the Russians were those who mentioned this in relation to these events for 2016 - Sindjelic said in response to the Defense attorney's question whether he had previously organized similar actions.
He claims that he just did what he was told, which was within his knowledge and capabilities, according to the Montenegro media.
Sindjelic repeated the charges that Russians arrived at the call of Democratic Front and they asked for help, then they were "set up".
He also denied that anyone prepared him for questioning, he also denied listening to conversations from secret surveillance. He considers those questions offensive.
Milos Jovanovic, Kristina Hristic, Branka Milic, Milan Dusic and Srboljub Djordjevic are indicted.
The indictment also includes three Montenegrin citizens - Democratic Front (DF) leaders, Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic, as well as Mihailo Cadjenovic, an official DF driver, while the procedure against DF interpreter Anani Nikic is conducted separately.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)