Djokovic was placed in a hotel with refugees
The tennis star, the first racket of the world, Novak Djokovic, was placed in a Melbourne hotel where refugees live. This happened after the athlete's Australian visa was canceled. At least 46 refugees are currently being held in the hotel where the athlete is accommodated. At the same time, there is graffiti on the facade of the building. They say that the people in the hotel are kept in inhuman conditions.
Fans of the Serbian tennis player have gathered near the hotel. They demand to release him. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic also said that he spoke on the phone with a tennis player for the second time. He demanded that the first racket in the world be released from the hotel for refugees.
According to Vucic, Novak could live in a house he rented in Australia. According to him, there is a “political pursuit led by the Prime Minister of Australia.” This country, as he noted, allowed entry to all tennis players except Djokovic, writes Theguardian.
Serbian Foreign Ministry expressed an oral protest to Australian Ambassador Daniel Emery in connection with the “ inappropriate attitude ''; the Australian authorities to the first racket of the world Novak Djokovic.
The Serbian department claims that the deputy head of the Serbian Foreign Ministry, Nemanja Starovic, told the Australian ambassador that he expects from him “ personal efforts '' so that Djokovic was allowed to await a court decision. placement conditions appropriate to the athlete of his rank. ” At the same time, it turns out that one of the most stellar athletes in the world is treated in Australia as if he is a criminal, terrorist or illegal migrant, writes Heraldsun.