Zvonko Veselinovic, the head of the criminal organizations in the northern part of Kosovo, and Milan Radoicic, the vice president of the Serbian list, are currently on Vladimir Putin’s list of collaborating agents.
Aleksandar Vulin, director of the BIA, and the ultranationalist Vojislav Sesel are both listed in the TIPARS list, which was created by the group “October Group,” which works to counter Russian influence in Serbia, the GeoPost reports.
The statement of interests Radoicic and Veselinovic claim against Putin reads, “Control over Serbs in Kosovo; Implementation of measures aimed at preventing their integration into Kosovar society; The creation of the Vladimir Putin cult among Kosovo Serbs; and the psychological and psychological manipulation of Serbs in Kosovo.”
While the advantages they have are connected to lobbying in Serbian political systems.
Ivica Dacic, the foreign minister of Serbia, former minister Vuk Jeremic, Damjan Knezevic, the leader of the ultra-nationalist party “Dveri” Bosko Obradovic, Dusan Bajatovic, the director of Serbia Gas; and Misa Vacic are also on the list, along with numerous other pro-government journalists, businesspeople, and politicians from Serbia.
Oliver Ivanovic, a Serb politician, was murdered, and Veselinovic and Radoicic are wanted in Kosovo as suspects.
The U.S. Treasury Department initially imposed sanctions on them and several of their businesses because they are a member of corrupt networks connected to global organized crime.
Additionally, Great Britain imposed sanctions on them. The British government accuses Radoicic of profiting from the abuse of government contracts and using his power to award lucrative contracts to the construction firms he owns.
According to the justification, Zvonko Veselinovic misused public contracts to steal money from public funds.