Those not invited are deemed “media and propaganda outposts whose work CEAS boycotts.” Strangely enough, among a flurry of “tabloid” and “propaganda” outlets the organizers also mentioned the pro-Western Blic and Sputnik.
Liljana Smajlovic said that it was funny to see Milić keeping out “propaganda” media, while she spends all her time working as a propagandist.
Vukasin Obradovic fully concurred saying that Jelena Milić’s actions fly in the face of democracy and civilized bebehavior.
“All media have the right to attend public events and it is the organizers’ job to guarantee equal access for everyone,” he complained.
Ratko Dmitrovic called the ban “a logical step” and said he felt “honored.”
“This is something she is paid for. Her aim is to bring Serbia into NATO and move it away from Russia. Unlike all the rest she is at least sincere. In short, I don’t expect anything else from her,” he added.
By the way, it is none other than Jelena Milić who, in June 2014, famously said that “Unfortunately, Russia is still there. Modern Russia, Putin’s regime.”