The President of Serbia spoke about the oddities in the explosion at a military factory

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has promised that a series of explosions at the Sloboda military plant in the Serbian city of Ciacak will be investigated in detail, but some oddities need to be paid attention to.

“There is one strange thing: curiously, the last explosion occurred in a room where there was no electrical wiring,” the president said.

In addition, Vucic assured that “the issue of subjective and objective responsibility will be raised.” He did not rule out that the management of the company may be brought to criminal responsibility.

On June 19, the second explosion in a month occurred at the Sloboda military plant in the Serbian city of Ciacak. Serbia’s National television reported that the main explosion occurred around 20: 00 local time, followed by several smaller explosions. In the explosion, three workers received minor injuries and were hospitalized. Residents of nearby houses were evacuated to the city stadium.

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