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How Multi-ethnic is Kosovo?

Ever since it broke away from Serbia, Kosovo has come under pressure to preserve its multi-ethnic character. But minority communities still struggle to exercise their rights.

Serbia Pins Coronavirus Blame on Returning Serbs ‘Concealing Infection’

Vucic urged those Serbs who had left to return "to their ancestral homes and build a future here," promising special incentives to bring them back and help tackle the demographic crisis afflicting Serbia and much of the rest of Central and Eastern Europe.

"You do not have to pay taxes and contributions now, the state will pay"

Yesterday's press conference presented an economic program to help the economy with 5.1 billion euros, and, according to the minister, it is aid amounting to 11 percent of Serbia's gross domestic product.
The measures, Mali told RTS, have two goals, preserving jobs and supporting small and medium-sized enterprises.

New coronavirus victim in Serbia

This news was confirmed by Acting Director of the Public Health Institute in Sabac Branko Vujkovic at a media conference.
According to him, the patient also had other health problems, including obesity, hypertension and diabetes.
So far, eight people have died from coronavirus in Serbia, and according to the latest information, 457 cases have been confirmed.

Vucic: Belgrade, Valjevo and Nis - for hotspots of virus, special measures VIDEO

After Belgrade, these are Valjevo and Nis, and he announced new measures for the three cities.
He said he would be quarantined at the Belgrade Fair himself if found to be coronavirus positive. "What is not comfortable and beautiful does not interest me. It is important that we save lives," Vucic said during a statement from the Belgrade Fair Arena.

The first coronavirus victim in Montenegro, visited Serbia in early March

He is the first victim of the COVID-19 virus in the country, said KC CG director Jevto Erakovic, CdM's Podgorica portal reports.
The man, who was from Herceg Novi, was admitted to the Clinical Center for Chronic Lung Disease on Saturday night after midnight, reports Podgorica's Vijesti portal.

Pristina abolishes fees

Tariffs on all goods and products are expected to be abolished on April 1, Kosovo Online reports.
The government made the decision tonight in a telephone session. Ministers of Vetvendosje and non-Serb minority minister, member of the New Democratic Party, Emilia Rexhepi voted in favor of this decision.

Serbia Restricts Movement for Migrants, Asylum-Seekers

The Serbian government ordered on Monday that migrants and asylum-seekers living in state-run reception centres are not allowed to go out without special permission.

Serbia’s Violent Homophobic Youngsters Are Victims as Well

Violence shapes our lives way before we gather the nerve to come out to our friends, colleagues, and finally our family. Even when we personally are not the direct target, it is still somehow directed at us. The possibility that our bodies are going to be those that are kicked and broken, and that those slurs will be shouted in our face, is very much real. We are an at-risk group.

Presidency meeting begins, army representatives also invited PHOTO

The beginning of the meeting was announced earlier at 11 o'clock, and in addition to the President of Serbia, Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and members of the government, the meeting was also attended by representatives of all services involved in the fight against coronavirus.