PRAVDA.ru has already reported that special police units surrounded the residence of Yugoslavian ex-president Slobodan Milosevic in Belgrade. Reports that came in during the night saying Milosevic was actually arrested eventually proved false. Police obtained the warrant for his arrest yesterday, however, the first attempt to break into the residence was not a success. At about 10:00 a.m. local time, police are expected to make a second attempt to break into Slobodan Milosevic's residence and arrest the ex-Yugoslavian president, report unofficial sources, some of them close to Yugoslavian police. In the meantime, police have forced the crowd of journalists and Milosevic's supporters, who spent the whole night by the ex-Yugoslavian president's residence, farther away from the building. That is why it is difficult to receive authentic information. Milosevic said that he had no intention of giving in to "police and authorities who serve the NATO". He added that he was not afraid of anything and was having coffee with his friend while the police was getting ready for the second storm. PRAVDA.Ru is following the events and it will inform its readers as new information is received.