Serbian governor denies responsibility for deputy

The head of the National Bank of Serbia said on Friday 13 January that he did not feel responsible for the actions of his deputy, who was arrested for allegedly taking bribes.

"I am responsible for the finances of the central bank, not the individual actions of one person," Governor Radovan Jelasic told reporters, adding he did not intend to resign over the case.

Belgrade Judge Novica Mihajlovic told reporters on Saturday that deputy governor Dejan Simic would be held in detention for one month

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