Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated on Nov. 28 that she would suggest to her ministers not to answer questions about, as she referred to, the "fabricated Krusik scandal", but talk about "the government's results" instead.
Brnabic said this in the Serbian Parliament, while replying to the question of MP Djordje Vukadinovic, adding that she was waiting for the relevant bodies to "establish the factual state."
"Your (the opposition's) right is to fabricate scandals in order to prevent us from talking about the Serbian government's results," she said.
She assessed that the Krusik scandal was a compliment to "what we have done for the defense industry," adding that the industry was not being "attacked" while it was "standing on its own feet."
Brnabic stressed that there had been "a hyperinflation of scandals" including the one about the illegal trading in weapons of the Krusik defense factory, in which the father of Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, Branko Stefanovic, was involved.