Opening of the free zone around the Presidency building not particularly important, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said, adding that he has no problem with that.
"I don't have a problem with that, I pass by them and wave – 'good afternoon, goodbye, I wish you all the best,' and that's it," the President told Pink TV.
He said that many are wrong when they say that technique is more important in politics than the program, and that he is yet to hear the opposition's agenda.
"When it comes to politics, it is important what you have to say to people, what plan, what agenda you have, and I haven't heard that from the opposition," he noted, adding that he offers jobs, highways, salaries and pensions to citizens.
The interview with Vucic was held in the Presidency building, and in one moment, the viewers could hear shouting from the outside. Commenting on the shouting he said he waved at the protestors while coming to the work and asked them if they wanted something to eat, "but one of their bosses came now and ordered them to yell."