Brnabic: Anti-Serb pogrom in Kosovo-Metohija began 19 years ago
BELGRADE - The March 2004 pogrom against Serbs and other non-Albanians in Kosovo-Metohija began on this day 19 years ago, Serbian PM Ana Brnabic wrote in a post on her Instagram profile on Friday.
Brnabic noted that "over 4,000 Serbs were driven out of their homes and eight were killed, and 35 churches and monasteries, including many under UNESCO protection, were destroyed."
‘We Don’t Forget’: Serbs Commemorate Deadly 2004 Unrest in Kosovo
The 19th anniversary of ethnically-motivated violence against Serbs in Kosovo on March 17 and 18, 2004 was marked in the Serb-majority north of the divided city of Mitrovica and in the town of Gracanica.
Stojkovic announces squad for Lithuania, Montenegro games
BELGRADE - The head coach of the Serbia men's national football team Dragan Stojkovic on Friday announced a 26-man squad for the upcoming EURO 2024 qualifiers against Lithuania and Montenegro.
Serbia will face Lithuania in Belgrade on March 24 and Montenegro in Podgorica on March 27.
The squad list is as follows:
Kosovo, Serbia, Brace for Crunch Talks on EU Normalisation Plan
Kosovo's Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, and Serbia's President, Aleksandar Vucic, are due to meet on Saturday in Ohrid, North Macedonia, to discuss the implementation of a deal they agreed last month on normalization of relations under European Union mediation.
Vucic: Serbia's banking system stable, FX reserves at record high
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday evening that Serbia's banking system was stable and that the country's FX reserves were at a record high.
In a public address, Vucic said there was no place "for any kind of fear over the collapse of some international banks."
Today marks 19th anniversary of anti-Serb pogrom in Kosovo-Metohija
BELGRADE - Kosovo-Metohija Serbs were targeted by a pogrom 19 years ago, on March 17-19, 2004.
It was the second large pogrom Serbs in the province suffered at the hands of ethnic Albanians after the end of the 1999 NATO aggression on Serbia, then part of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
High-level Belgrade-Pristina meeting to take place in Ohrid Saturday
BRUSSELS - Saturday's high-level meeting of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, to be held in Ohrid, North Macedonia, will begin at 10 am, the EU press service has announced.
In a statement, it said the meeting would be convened by EU foreign policy and security chief Josep Borrell.
Dinar-to-euro exchange rate at RSD 117.3113
BELGRADE - The Serbian dinar's official median exchange rate against the euro is 117.3113 dinars for one euro on Friday, which is a slight change from Thursday, the National Bank of Serbia said.
The dinar is steady against the euro m-o-m and up by 0.3 pct y-o-y.
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Vucic: We have still not received draft paper on what EU wants
BELGRADE - In a public address, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday Serbia had still not received a draft paper on what the EU wanted from the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and that both sides had submitted their own proposals.
Vučić: I will not sign any paper VIDEO
You can follow the speech of the President of Serbia on B92.net, but also live on TV Prva and TV B92.
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