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BELGRADE - The Republic of Serbia has sent Slovenia, in which the emergency situation is in force, five high-capacity generators in an effort to assist citizens in the areas most affected by severe weather conditions.
According to the Monday release of the Serbian Ministry of the Interior (MUP), the assistance was sent via the Serbian emergency situations department.
BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic has announced that, at Monday's United Nations Security Council session in New York, he will point to problems in Kosovo-Metohija that are related to the lack of respect of fundamental human rights, as well as the issues of security and the property of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
SZOLNOK - Serbia's national water polo team lifted the trophy of the Volvo Cup in Szolnok, after a convincing win over Germany in the final third round match by 17-5 (6-3, 5-1, 3-0, 3-1).
Serbia has triumphed with the maximum nine points, ahead of the host country Hungary with 6, Germany with 3 and the U.S. team with 0 points.
PODGORICA - Days of Serbian Culture will be held in Montenegro February 10-15 to mark Serbia's Statehood Day.
The event will be held in Podgorica, Herceg Novi, Tivat and Kotor, the Serbian Embassy in Podgorica told Tanjug.
The programme includes a number of exhibitions, plays, book nights and lectures on significant works and figures from the Serbian culture.
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