Serbia's Nato ambassador commits suicide

Former journalist Branislav Milinkovic committed suicide during two days of meetings with Nato foreign ministers. (AFP)

Former journalist Branislav Milinkovic committed suicide during two days of meetings with Nato foreign ministers. (AFP)

A Serbian government statement said on Wednesday that the envoy, Branislav Milinkovic (52) died instantly on Tuesday night.

A diplomat, who could not be identified because he was not authorised to speak to the media, said Milinkovic suddenly jumped from the eight to 10-meter-high platform while waiting with the Serbian delegation for foreign ministry officials due to hold talks with Nato officials.

Serbia is not a member of the military alliance but has a mission in the headquarters complex. Milinkovic, a former journalist, had previously served as Serbia's ambassador to Austria.

The death occurred during two days of meetings of Nato foreign ministers in Brussels. - Sapa-AP

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