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BELGRADE - Around 70 percent of Serbian citizens will travel abroad for various reasons this year, and in most cases the destination will be Greece, survey conducted by MasterCard company shows.
According to the survey, 69.4 percent of Serbian citizens will travel abroad in order to visit their family and friends, for work, education or vacation purposes.
After claiming his second Wimbledon title on Sunday, tennis star Djokovic is set to marry his fiancée Jelena Ristic on Thursday at a glittering wedding ceremony near Budva, Montenegro, including around 140 guests.
Djokovic and Ristic arrived in Montenegro on Tuesday by private plane for what media in Serbia and Montenegro are already calling "the wedding of the century".
Serbian media sources reported on Wednesday that 22,500 Serbian citizens applied for asylum in EU countries in 2013 a 17-per-cent increase on the figure for 2012.
Ivan Gerginov, Serbia’s assistant commissioner for refugees and migration, said the hike would not affect Serbia’s visa-free regime with the EU Schengen area.
EU commissioner in "surprise visit" to Belgrade
BELGRADE -- EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule will arrive here on Wednesday evening, and his visit will be unofficial, B92 has learned.
Fule will stop in Belgrade on his way to Kotor, Montenegro, where an informal meeting of Western Balkans foreign ministers will be held on Thursday.
NOVI SAD - Everything is ready for EXIT, a Top 10 European music festival kicking off on Thursday, as campers are arriving at Exit Village and host city Novi Sad is crowding with foreign tourists.
EXIT will stage a Warm-Up Party in Novi Sad’s Liberty Square, with Bajaga i Instruktori and Positive Vibration Movement performing Tuesday and Marcelo i Iskaz and Lollobrigida the next day.
Mijatovic on Wednesday expressed disgust about the tabloid’s allegations that Calovic, the director of an influential Montenegrin NGO and a prominent government critic, had sexual relations with her two dogs.
"I hope we will hear the condemnation of such journalism, if we can call it journalism. As a person, as a woman, I am appalled," Mijatovic said.