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Serbian gov't adopts several MoUs, protocols on cooperation with China

BELGRADE - The Serbian government adopted several documents - MoUs and protocols - between Serbia and China on cooperation in infrastructure, agriculture, information, telecommunications and tourism.

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FOTO TANJUG/VLADA REPUBLIKE SRBIJE/ SLOBODAN MILJEVIĆ

FOTO TANJUG/VLADA REPUBLIKE SRBIJE/ SLOBODAN MILJEVIĆ

Vucevic: Defence ministry staying in safe hands

BELGRADE - Handing over the duty of defence minister to his successor Bratislav Gasic, Serbia's new PM Milos Vucevic said he believed the Ministry of Defence was staying in safe hands.

"It was a great honour to be in charge of the defence ministry and serve our greatest ideal: a free and independent Serbia," Vucevic wrote in a post on the social media network X.

Dacic takes over as Serbia's new interior minister

BELGRADE - Serbia's new Interior Minister Ivica Dacic took over from his predecessor Bratislav Gasic at a ceremony on Tuesday.

Dacic, who is also deputy PM, wished the citizens that they have as little to do with the police as possible and said his goal was for the Interior Ministry to be the government's best ministry.

North Macedonia citizens no longer see Greece as threat, survey finds

The citizens of North Macedonia no longer consider Greece as a threat to their country but they remain concerned about Bulgaria and Russia, a survey of five Balkan countries has found.

The opinion poll, conducted by Ipsos on behalf of the US-based International Republican Institute (IRI), also found that Albanians consider Greece a serious threat to their country.

Xi: China, Serbia to remain true friends, good partners

BELGRADE - In an article published by Belgrade-based Politika daily, Chinese President Xi Jinping says he looks forward to meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and other Serbian officials and friends, noting that his second state visit to Serbia will inject new vitality into the iron-clad Sino-Serbian friendship.

Serbia's January-March external trade at 16.3 bln euros

BELGRADE - Serbia's external goods trade in January-March totalled 16.3 bln euros, which is a 2.6 pct decrease y-o-y, according to figures released by the national statistical office.

Goods exports were worth 7.179 bln euros, dropping by 1.6 pct y-o-y, while imports totalled 9.126 bln euros, declining by 3.3 pct y-o-y.

The deficit was 1.946 bln euros, down by 9.1 pct y-o-y.

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