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Protest in Belgrade ends, right-wingers cheer Ratko Mladic in front of police

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After human rights activists and Belgraders, who protested over the mural portraying Ratko Mladic, dispersed, a right-wing group said to be members of the so-called ‘People’s Patrol,’ an extremely anti-migrant organisation, stayed close to the mural expressing support for the convicted war criminal.

At the same time, the police, who guarded the mural since the Youth Initiative for Human Rights said they would remove the mural on November 9, the International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism, stood around without any reaction.

Previously, the activists were not allowed to get two streets closer to the building bearing the mural.

Earlier, the police arrested two activists for throwing eggs at the mural. They were released after a brief detention.

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The activists announced new protests.

N1 reporters witnessed verbal conflicts between the two opposing groups, but the police separated them, and no physical contact occurred.

An N1 reporter saw Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin at the scene, but he refused to talk to the media.

In the meantime, the right-wingers prevented an N1 journalist from reporting live from the scene.

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