December 1, 2022

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Novak Djokovic case: Serbian, deported

The end of the novel? Finally, it was reported Novak Djokovic says his visa has been denied and he will leave Australia this Thursday..

Meanwhile, his lawyers are working to challenge the decision, a source familiar with the situation confirmed. Age Y Sydney Morning Herald.

The decision comes amid growing concerns about evidence of his exemption from the vaccine and a defective visa application.

The Victorian government said it had rejected an overnight application to finance the world’s No. 1 visa just hours before landing in Melbourne.

“Djokovic’s visa has been revoked. Rules are rules, especially when it comes to our boundaries. There is no one above these rules. Our strong border policies support Australia to have one of the lowest mortality rates in the world from covid disease. We remain vigilant, “said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

Novak’s father, Stradgen Djokovic, said He was detained in a Melbourne airport lounge, unable to access his mobile phone and unable to contact anyone in his group. With two security guards isolated and out of the room, Serbier tried to prove the validity of his medical exemption.

Based on this, the Serbian Foreign Ministry has invited Daniel Emery, the Australian Ambassador to Serbia, for a face-to-face interview to explain the conditions under which Djokovic is being held at the Melbourne Airport. “Our state demands the immediate release of the world’s first fraud, which was requested by the Serbian ambassador, who contacted the player and took all possible measures.”

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