President Boris Tadić condemned on Tuesday the throwing of Molotov cocktails at the building of the Greek embassy in Belgrade, saying it was “intolerable”.
Tadić conferred with Greek Ambassador Demestenis Stoidis and promised that state institutions would do everything to find the perpetrators and take them to justice, the president’s office said.
A group of unidentified persons hurled two Molotov cocktails at the building of the Greek Embassy in downtown Belgrade early Tuesday, Serbian police (MUP) confirmed.
One window on the building was broken and the flames caused by the incendiary device caused minor damage to the facade, but there were no casualties.
The police are investigating the incident, the MUP said.
A previously unknown group calling itself Belgrade Anrachists yesterday contacted the media claiming responsibility for the attack.