BELGRADE – It was as early as last week that the Serbian government informed The Hague tribunal about difficulties in implementing the order to have Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj attend the pronouncement of the verdict in his case in The Hague on March 31, Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister and chairman of the national council for cooperation with The Hague tribunal Rasim Ljajic said Tuesday.

“The tribunal was informed about it in time, but we cannot talk about the content of that submission, i.e. report, as it is a confidential document,” Ljajic told reporters in Belgrade.

Ljajic said that the document was designated as confidential and as long as it was so, the Serbian government could not give out any information regarding the content of the letter sent to the tribunal.