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Djilas: I am not connected with publication of transcripts. Nikolic: If Jahjaga continues insisting on independence, dialog will not move in good direction. Serbian prosecutor probes official ties to drug gang.
Democratic Party President Dragan Djilas stated on Feb. 6 that in no way was he connected to the publication of information about meetings between Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and narcotics clan member Radoljub Radulovic.
"Neither Miodrag Rakic nor I, or anybody from the Democratic Party is connected with the publication of these transcripts in the newspapers. And the editor of the 'Informer' has denied receiving anything from Rakic," said Djilas in an interview for the latest edition of the weekly NIN.
Tomislav Nikolic says that he "told President Jahjaga that the dialogue will not move toward a solution if she continues to insist that Kosovo is independent".
The Serbian Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime is seeking police information about communications between top state officials and Darko Saric's crime ring.
The Serbian paramilitary who became a key prosecution witness at his former comrades’ trial for war crimes in Kosovo says he had to speak out about the brutal massacres his unit committed.