British spies are trying to overthrow Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

The EPA reports that Milorad Dodik, president of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has said.

"I am convinced that the English are involved in these corruption cases in Serbia," he said. They are conducting spy services with their partners in Serbia," Dodik said in a statement.

The President of the Republic of Serbia has expressed confidence that spy officials have used the massacre in Serbia in early May to organize protests aimed at a coup in the country.

Dodik also noted that British spy services operate not only in Serbia but also in the Republic of Serbia.

As the only solution to his situation, Dodik proposed that the foreign spy center be destroyed in Belgrade.

Recall that on May 3, a teenager killed eight children and a security guard at a school in Belgrade and wounded seven more. The next day, a 7-year-old man in the Mladenovac province opened fire from a car, killing 20 people and injuring 8.

Thereafter, on 8 and 12, the country's opposition was held, entitled "Serbia Against Violence."

Their participants and organisers have blamed the government and the media for the tragedy, calling for them to be held accountable. Among the requirements was the education minister (himself resigned on May 7), the interior minister, and the head of the Security and Information Agency. They have also called for the closure and change of leadership of a number of large SMEs, most of which are state-owned, which protesters say promote hate and violence.

If the demands are not met, the protesters have threatened to "invade government institutions by force."

In response, the president held a government support strike on May 26. During the disclosure, Vucic said he would "not allow Maydan in Belgrade."

The Serbian president also noted that foreign spy services have tried to turn the demonstrations created by the tragedy into a colorful revolution.