Vucic told Radio Television of Serbia that the prosecutors have closed the Galenika case and that the police also arrested former Galenika CEO Nenad Ognjenovic.
He said that he expects all those responsible for abuse at the company will be held accountable.
The Galenika case is a prime example of how the country was robbed in previous years and decades, but the state has found a way to respond, even though many doubted it would, said Vucic.
Everyone involved in organised crime or any form of corruption will be held responsible. This is not our debt to Europe, but to the citizens of this country, our people, and we will continue this work, this is just the beginning, said Vucic.