Media reports about "horror in diplomatic residence": Wigemark claims dead cats story is nonsense
Wigemark was the head of the EU Delegation until September 1 this year
Lars Gunnar Wigemark, until recently the head of the EU mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, has denied media claims that there were two dead cats in the freezer of his former residence, saying that this was "utter nonsense."
Journalist Slobodan Vaskovic reported on his blog that two dead cats had been found in the freezer of the residence in Sarajevo after Wigemark's departure, a report that was then carried by many Sarajevo media outlets.
"That's utter nonsense. It's not true," - Wigemark told Faktor portal, noting that media allegations have nothing to do with the truth.
During his stay in Sarajevo, Wigemark had pets, which he said he took with him.
"Yes, I had two cats and I took them with me," Wigemark said.
Wigemark was the head of the EU Delegation until September 1 when he was replaced by Austrian diplomat Johann Sattler.
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