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Vučić: If you thought so - you were wrong VIDEO / PHOTO

The meeting started at 2.30 p.m., in the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic. The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Selakovi.
The former Metropolitan of Zagreb and Ljubljana, Porfirije, was elected patriarch on Thursday, February 18, and was enthroned a day later in the Cathedral Church in Belgrade.

Migrants on Westward Trek Meet Kindness in Romania’s Timisoara

Overwhelmed by an influx of asylum seekers, the authorities had failed to find a facility where the migrants could follow the 14-day quarantine rule required of every visitor from "yellow" zones, so called because of their high incidence of COVID-19. 

In Hostile Serbian Parliament, MP Fights for Rights of ‘Enemy’ Albanians

As a political representative of ethnic Albanians in Serbia, Shaip Kamberi never had it easy.

It got a whole lot harder, however, when an election last year yielded a parliament dominated by the party of President Aleksandar Vucic and its allies, leaving Kamberi and his five Albanian and Bosniaks colleagues as the only opposition MPs in the 250-seat assembly.

Kosovo’s Next Foreign Policy: A Wish List

To help flesh this out, here is my wish list for what an active, innovative and principled foreign policy should include:

End the custodian and vassal relationships

Supporters of the Vetevendosje party celebrate the party's projected victory in the parliamentary elections, in Pristina, Kosovo, 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/VALDRIN XHEMAJ

Serbia vaccinated more than a million people

According to the number of vaccinated per million inhabitants, Serbia is second in Europe, after Great Britain.
In the world, Serbia ranks 6th in the number of vaccinations per million inhabitants, after Israel, the Seychelles, the United Arab Emirates, Great Britain and the United States.

Media: If Pristina makes a move, five countries are ready for derecognition

If Pristina violates the agreement according to which it should refrain from applying for admission to international organizations, Belgrade will ask those countries to activate the process of withdrawing recognition, Vecernje Novosti reported, citing sources in the Government of Serbia.

Kosovars Take to Streets to Mark State’s 13th Birthday

Marking the 13th anniversary of Kosovo's proclamation of independence, at a ceremony organised at the compound of the Kosovo Security Force KSF, the country's Acting President, Vjosa Osmani, recalled the past struggle for independence and the future goal of "integration into the community of European nations".

Lajcak: It is absolutely possible

"It is in their interest, in the interest of the whole region, and, of course, in the interest of the EU, too", EU Special Representative for Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina told "Danas" today, when asked what they would do if there was no compromise on the issue.