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Serbian MFA: Bikovic no genocide supporter, but promoter of Serbia

BELGRADE - The Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday dismissed as completely unfounded the accusations by the Ukrainian foreign ministry, which has branded Serbian actor Milos Bikovic a person who "supports genocide and violates international law", and noted that it had honoured Bikovic for his contribution to promoting Serbia.

Mali: Money the least problem when it comes to compulsory military service

BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy PM and Finance Minister Sinisa Mali says funding is the least problem when it comes to the idea of reinstating compulsory military service and notes that there should be "no question about money" in that regard.

He says putting army barracks back into use would be a boost to local economies and cities.

Vucic: Kosovo-Metohija situation will be set up in increasingly harsh manner

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday evening he was afraid the situation regarding Kosovo-Metohija and Republika Srpska would be set up in an "increasingly harsh manner" in the period to come and that the West would become increasingly nervous ahead of the March 17 elections in Russia.

Vučić: There will be no other elections till 2027, we seal our destiny on December 17

At the very beginning, Vui, hosted on TV Tanjug, looked back on 30 years on the Serbian political scene.
"I remember that back in 1993 I was at a forum in Block 60, as a spectator. It was in the midst of Jens's plan and the fierce attack of the Socialists on the Radicals. I said, as a kid, I want to support it, and that's how it started," revealed Vui .

Vucic: Situation was very complicated, I think we have preserved Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday evening the situation had been very complicated for Serbia recently but that "we fought and we have preserved" the country.

"It might sound stupid to say superhuman efforts have been made, because there is no such a thing, but I can say the fight was successful," he said on a Happy TV talk show.

Ed Sheeran's upcoming concert in Bulgaria is generating Record Interest

The upcoming concert of the British star Ed Sheeran in Bulgaria has caused record interest. He included the country in the "+ - = ÷ x" Mathematics tour, with which he will tour Europe and Asia next year. The concert in Bulgaria will be on August 31, 2024 at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia.

Vucic: I do not believe there will be sanctions against Serbian citizens

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday evening he did not believe there would be sanctions against Serbian citizens but that any sanctions would purportedly target him personally.

Vucic said this on a Prva TV political talk show, when asked if the people should be afraid of war or sanctions.

‘Love, Dance and Joy’: Serbia’s Biggest Music Festival Delights Partygoers

"Together, we can build a world that will exist for our children and our children's children, a world of peace, love, dance and joy," Marcus told the Exit partygoers.

The Prodigy paid tribute on the video screen to their late frontman, Keith Flint. Photo: Exit Photo Team 2023/Benny Gasi.

Student bags prize in piano competition overseas

An 18-year-old Turkish student from the western province of İzmir has won the International Mozart Piano Competition.

Nehir Özzengin, a young piano student from İzmir, won the first prize at the International Mozart Piano Competition in Serbia.

Vucic: Discussions with Kosovo-Metohija Serbs were difficult

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday evening he had had a difficult conversation with representatives of Kosovo-Metohija Serbs earlier in the day, and noted that there were no easy discussions with EU or US officials either.