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TIRANA - Leaders of Orthodox churches - including a delegation of the Serbian Orthodox Church headed by Patriarch Irinej - consecrated the Resurrection of Christ Cathedral in Tirana on Sunday.
The consecration service - a major event for all Orthodox churches - was led by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, Albania's Balkanweb reports.
BELGRADE - Through a charity exhibition of photographs, titled PhotoSolidarity to Remember, the Tanjug News Agency has raised money that will go to the fund established in aid of flood victims.
The exhibition, staged at Mikser House, featured hundreds of photographs made by Tanjug photo reporters in all crisis spots, as a testimony of the disaster that befell Serbia in May.
BELGRADE - Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic on Saturday thanked former Spanish foreign minister Miguel Angel Moratinos for his friendliness towards Serbia and assistance to the country in its bid to protect national and state interests while continuing on its European path, the Serbian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
PARIS - Serbia's Dusan Lajovic reached the fourth round of the Roland Garros tennis tournament on Saturday by beating Jack Sock of the United States 6-4, 7-5, 6-3.
Current world number 83 Lajovic, who is Serbia's second-highest ranking male tennis player, achieved a career-best win that is bound to hand him a higher ATP ranking next week.
BELGRADE - Serbia's presidency over the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in 2015 is a political priority for the country and a great opportunity for it to present itself to the world as a significant political factor, Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, who is also foreign minister, said on Saturday during a meeting with OSCE Secretary-General Lamberto Za
BELGRADE - Serbia needs to carry out reforms and adopt legislation and by-laws that would accelerate them, Kori Udovicki, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government, has said during a meeting with the head of the Council of Europe (CoE) mission to Serbia, adding that projects for implementing those reforms are welcome.
BELGRADE - The ministries of defence of Serbia and Poland have signed the 2014 military cooperation plan in Belgrade.
Representative of the head of the Serbian Defence Ministry department for international cooperation Colonel Milan Konjikovac and Polish defence envoy to Belgrade Colonel Jerzy Stepancik signed the document, the Serbian Defence Ministry said on Friday.
BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic said on Friday that Serbia is determined to stay firmly on the road to EU integration, and that Slovenia's support in that sense is extremely important, while Slovenian President Borut Pahor pointed to a new step forward in bilateral relations.