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Vucic receives US senators

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic received US Senators Chris Murphy and Gary Peters on Thursday, and noted that Serbia was committed to develop closer cooperation with the US in all areas of mutual interest.

Brnabic: Foreign agencies trying to destabilise Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Friday that, in the wake of two mass shootings in Serbia earlier this month, foreign agencies were directly trying to destabilise the country, and reiterated that there would be no change of government in Serbia without elections.

Belgrade and Skopje Airports ‘Hubs for Illicit Activities’: Report

The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime, GI-TOC, a Geneva-based NGO, published a report on Monday warning that Balkan airports are vulnerable to organised crime and that Belgrade and Skopje airports in particular are regional hubs for illicit activities.

Doubts Dog Serbia’s ‘Tougher Punishment’ Response to Violent Crime

Two days later, a 21-year-old man went on a shooting spree in the Belgrade suburb of Mladenovac, killing eight and wounding 13.

Thousands of Serbs have since taken to the streets to protest what they say is a culture of violence in Serbian society fed by irresponsible politicians and tabloid media.

Serbia may refuse to issue Passports to Russians because of the EU

Serbia has frozen plans to issue passports to Russians and other foreign nationals who have lived in the country for just one year after the EU warned it could end visa-free travel to the Balkan country, writes the "Financial Times".

Vučić speaks at 11 a.m.

He will talk about the measures taken for the safety of the citizens of Serbia.

The fight against violence? What did they do, and what did Vučić do

The protests were launched after two tragic incidents of mass murders in Serbia, but, as the media reports, the question can be asked, what did the opposition, that is, their representatives, actually do to prevent this violence, and what did the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, do after the terrible crimes that shook Serbia.

Government of Serbia formed the Council for the Prevention of Peer Violence

The task of the Council for the Prevention of Peer Violence will be, among other things, to ensure the organization of mobile teams for peer violence through protocols between centers for social work and other services, such as educational and health institutions and the police, which will respond urgently when this type of incident occurs.

The CIA announced a large bribery scheme: Vuk Jeremić was involved PHOTO/VIDEO

Earlier, U.S. media announced that the leader of the People's Party was involved in a major corruption scandal in the USA, in which the family of U.S. President Joe Biden was also involved.
At a press conference, US officials announced that the entire scheme was complicated, and that it was designed to be complicated so that the money could not be traced.

Serbia voted: Standpoint regarding the death penalty divided society

In the year when it was abolished, half of the respondents supported the death penalty, in contrast to the present time, in which support for this method of punishment is around 70 percent, as shown by surveys of the association "Serbia against the death penalty".

Vucic: Over 3,000 firearms handed in, stronger police presence in schools

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said over 3,000 pieces of firearms and tens of thousands of bullets of various calibres had been handed in by Serbian citizens to date in a government campaign in the wake of last week's deadly shootings in Belgrade and Mladenovac.

Djedovic meets with Lorkowski

BELGRADE - Work on an integrated national energy and climate plan and a strategy of energy sector development is in the final phase and their adoption is due by the end of the year, Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Djedovic said at a meeting with Energy Community Secretariat Director Artur Lorkowski on Tuesday.

Thousands march in silence in Serbia after mass shootings

Thousands marched in silence on Monday in Serbia in a major outpouring of grief and anger against the populist government and how it reacted after two mass shootings last week that left 17 people dead and 21 wounded, many of them children.