Look at the warm greeting between Novak Djokovic and Milorad Dodik: No distancing in Serb Republic
The world's best tennis player has arrived on Mt. Jahorina, where he was welcomed by the Serb member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)
Novak Djokovic is visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina, where, after the pyramids in Visoko, he visited an Orthodox monastery, and then one of the main ski centers on Mt. Jahorina, where he received a plot of land in an exclusive location as a gift.
Djokovic was welcomed on Mt. Jahorina by Milorad Dodik, the Serb member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who is also the former president of the Serb Republic (RS) entity.
Novak and Dodik greeted each other warmly and shook hands. Although it is recommended to avoid contact and handshakes, which Novak adhered to during a photo shoot with fans in Bosnia, he made an exception when it comes to Dodik, who also shook hands with the world's best tennis player's mother and father.
During a chat in front of the cameras, Novak also spoke briefly about future plans and investments in the location he received as a gift.
"Not only for the winter, but also for the summer," Novak said briefly.
"Now it will be more for the summer," Dodik replied.
"We had an hour and a half of ascent, we know everything, the whole history, plans and projects," said Novak.
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