News archive of January 2019
According to Popovic, "Belgrade is a city that lives from tourism, too."
"The revenue we achieve is important for this city. By October 2018, we did better than in 2017, which was also record-breaking in terms of revenue in tourism," he told RTS.
In November most foreign tourists visiting Belgrade came from Turkey, followed by those from China.
Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Aleksandar Antic told this to daily Blic, adding that the country could in this way also boost its own energy security, Tanjug is reporting.
"Right now, it seems that things are going in a good direction - one that will ensure another supply route and energy security to Serbia, as well as profits brought by the transit fees themselves," he said.
Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren -- an outspoken critic of Wall Street and nemesis of Donald Trump -- entered the 2020 race for the White House on Monday.
A minivan slammed into pedestrians early Tuesday on a street where people had gathered for New Year's festivities in downtown Tokyo, injuring eight people, police said.
An Afghan official says the Taliban launched two blistering attacks in northern Sar-e-Pul province, killing 15 members of the country's security forces.