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Djokovic, discharged from Serbia: 'No one has the right to violate isolation'

Djokovic, discharged from Serbia: ‘No one has the right to violate isolation’

Novak Djokovic’s condition is critical, and despite not being vaccinated, he has been involved in a legal battle in Australia to stay in Melbourne and play in the Australian Open starting on Monday. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s verdict – a federal court judge may decide to revoke his visa deported to him by Kelly – is expected in these hours, but in the meantime tennis number 1 has come up for trial in Spain – and his country’s Serbian government has begun to throw it out.

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Djokovic admitted on Instagram that he was not informed of the landing form in Australia, where he stayed in Marbella for a few days (December 25 to 31) in Spain before arriving at Melbourne’s Tullamore Airport. According to broadcaster Catena Cope (and according to the website, both the Prime Minister and the Spanish Interior Minister have asked competent officials to verify the Serbian model – which they say is positive for a second test. Govt on December 16 – What was needed to enter the country without being isolated.

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Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, on the brink of a diplomatic incident in recent days, issued a statement a few hours ago, after proudly supporting her comrades’ cause, which seems to be all the rage. To take the distance. “No one has the authority to violate the rules of isolation because it would endanger the health of others,” said Prime Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

Djokovic, the angry brother, finishes the conference after a question and begins to sing with the family

“Some standards need to be respected. (Djokovic, et al.) If this were known, it would seem to me to be a clear violation of the rules – and competent institutions should examine what constitutes sanctions.” While the British press reveals that the Netflix crew filmed Melbourne’s documentary on the case, many viewers have seen the fate of the world’s No. 1 seal. Did.

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