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Timisoara City Mayor, Dominic Fritz, has come to the Ministry of Interior to discuss with Minister Lucian Bode about the problem of migrants coming from Serbia and wanting to illegally cross the border with Hungary. "I want to draw attention to the fact that we now have over two thirds of these migrants who are registered in Timisoara.
This is the initial step towards legalizing the marriages of members of the LGBT community.
The public debate will last until February 20, and it is expected that the law should be adopted in the Assembly by the summer, reports Blic.
Minister of Human Rights and Social Dialogue Gordana Comic says that the bill should be in the Assembly by the end of the spring session.
"One month ago, they caught me trying to cross to Croatia on foot and sent me back to Serbia, from where I crossed to Romania," said one of the Afghans, who declined to give his name.
Speaking in a corridor strewn with rubbish, the man said he had been assaulted by Croatian police. Serbia and Romania, on the other hand, "are good," he told BIRN.
"The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs strongly condemns the scandalous act of a member of the delegation led by the State Secretary in the Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government of the Republic of Serbia during his visit to the Republic of Croatia and sending messages that insult the Republic of Croatia in the most rude way", Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Let us remind you, mass vaccination is being carried out in Serbia, and citizens can choose between three vaccines - Sputnik V, Pfizer and Sinopharm.
Vaccination requires an appointment, and citizens will receive an appointment for vaccination after registering on the e-government portal or by calling the contact center.
In the last 24 hours, 10.637 people were tested.
There are 162 patients on respirators.
There are 4.206 people in hospital.
Since the outbreak of the epidemic in Serbia, 2.588.844 people have been tested, and there are 390.637 confirmed cases. Coronavirus took a total of 3.965 lives in Serbia, and the mortality rate is 1.01 percent.
At the same time, every fifth person in our country does not have a high school diploma, Blic writes.
The fact that 2.68 percent of the population in Serbia is without schooling, 11 percent with incomplete primary education, and 20.76 percent with primary education, while almost two percent are illiterate (1.96) is also devastating.