Jovic, after traveling to Serbia in quarantine: “I apologize if I put someone in danger”

first_imgLuka Jovic (22 years old) is news this Thursday in Spain and Serbia. The player has been designated by the country’s public authorities that he feels his, even though he was born in Bosnia, due to his behavior in the last hours. With the approval of Real Madrid on Thursday and after failing the coronavirus test, as AS said, on Friday he left on a private flight to Serbia, where he would not have obeyed government restrictions.In the midst of controversy, the Madrid forward has offered his point of view through two stories On Instagram. “Considering that the situation in the world and in our country is very difficult, as it has not been remembered for a long time, I have to express myself and encourage everyone “ Jovic begins. “First, I am very sorry that I am the main theme these days, and I am sorry that it is constantly written about me and not about the main protagonists in the fight against this crisis, which are the doctors and all those who work in healthcare, “he continues. “In Madrid my Covic-19 test was negative. So I decided to travel to Serbia, help and support our people, in addition to being close to my family, with my club’s permission, “ counted the Bosnian Serb. Notably Serbian Prime Minister Ane Brnabic has been very critical of Jovic publicly: “You have seen it all. The examples of our footballers, who come from abroad. They have millionaire contracts there. They come here, they ignore self-isolation. when we get home and that is something that our authorities have to study. “Both Brnabic and other politicians have called on the Serbs not to return to the country, but more than 45,000 people have ignored it, and investigations are underway. Nebojsa Stefanovic, Minister of the Interior, has been positioned on that line: “We have written criminal reports against some of the famous athletes. These people will respond when the court determines that the time has come for that. “ Jovic added details and was very critical: “When I arrived in Serbia, I was tested and it came out negative. I am very sorry that some people have not carried out their work professionally and have not given me specific instructions on how I should behave during my isolation. “ The footballer compared the scenario in Serbia with the Spanish argument: “In Spain it is allowed to go to buy or buy products in pharmacies, what does not happen here. I apologize to everyone if I have somehow harmed or endangered someone. I hope that together we can get through all of this. All my support, Serbia, we will all go out together. “center_img 18last_img