Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic was reported in a stable condition and was discharged from the Military Academy Hospital (VMA) for home treatment after being in the hospital for three days due to cardio-vascular problems, state RTS TV reported on Monday, the Beta news agency reported.
Vucic said earlier he would be back at work on Monday.
He was admitted to VMA on Friday afternoon with cardio-vascular problems, and his media advisor Suzana Vasiljevic told the pro-regime Pink TV the President spent two days attached to devices and felt better on Sunday.
“He felt so bad that he asked to be taken to the hospital,” Vasiljevic said, adding she hoped Vucic would now “start listening to the doctors and take his therapy.”
Zlatibor Loncar, Serbia’s Health Minister, said later Vucic had some minor heart problems, but that on Friday, his health seriously deteriorated and he decided to seek medical help.