The Serbian ambassador’s apparent suicide seems to have bamboozled the people connected to him.
The death appears to be an inexplicable case as officials connected to the Serbian ambassadorship in NATO have remarked that Branislav Milinkovic seemed to be in a fine mood early on Tuesday. One theory doing the rounds is that he was depressed, which made him commit suicide.
The Serbian Foreign Ministry has declared that Milinkovic was an esteemed diplomat and jurist, who would be remembered as a tactful diplomat, an intellectual and a noble male.
NATO spokesman has voiced that Secretary-General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, was profoundly saddened by the Serbian ambassador’s tragic demise. Rasmussen deemed that Milinkovic was a roundly respected male.
Serbia isn’t an official member of NATO, but has an embassy in the NATO headquarters in Brussels.