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BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Youth and Sports Vanja Udovicic sent congratulations on Monday to the Serbian tennis players Ana Ivanovic and Jovana Jaksic, who played the first ever all-Serbian WTA final in the Mexican city of Monterrey.
In the final showdown late on Sunday, local time, Ivanovic defeated her young compatriot by 6-2, 6-1 and notched up her thirteenth career title.
BELGRADE - Rasim Ljajic, chairman of the National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal, said on Monday that Serbia had requested from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to return the entire documentation that had not been used in the proceedings before that court.
Assange: Serbia is country where future happens first
BELGRADE -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke for B92 TV to say that Serbia is "constantly misrepresented" abroad, and "sometimes by Serbians themselves."
He described it as "a country in-between, a pivotal, pioneering place where the future happens first."
Air Serbia will include eight new destinations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East this spring.
Daily flights to the Bulgarian coastal town of Varna begin on May 1st, while departures to Dubrovnik will be launched on May 15th, operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
MONTERREY- Serbia's Ana Ivanovic won the tennis tournament in Monterrey, Mexico, by beating 20-year-old compatriot Jovana Jaksic 6-2, 6-1 early Monday in the final match that lasted just 60 minutes.
It is Ivanovic's 13th title, while Jaksic made her first appearance in a WTA final.
Ivanovic won USD 111,389 and 250 WTA points, while Jaksic won USD 55,435 and 150 WTA points.
The Bosnian prosecution will soon file two indictments over war crimes against Serbs as a result of cooperation agreed with Belgrade in a landmark protocol signed last year.
As of Friday, April 4, Davor Miseljic, member of the main board of the Serbia's national carrier Air Serbia, was no longer a Canadian national but a Serbian national. This is according to the website of the Serbian business registry.
The Serbian capital was sixth on the list that the Huffington Post published in late March.
“Serbia’s fierce history gives beauty an edge in Belgrade, where Soviet blocks nestle between modern artistic masterpieces. The city radiates an outdoor lifestyle: During Easter, the rivers spring to life with cruises, floating bars, and clubs—called splavovi,” the web magazine said.