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As he said, he had important meetings in Munich.
"Munich is absolutely the geopolitical summit of the Western world, the last meeting was perhaps the most important in Munich. It was important that we were there and I am very pleased that we could be present," said Vui.
"It will be in the history textbooks"
ZURICH - The Serbia men's national football team has moved up two positions to the 32nd place in the FIFA world rankings.
Serbia currently have 1,517.43 points.
World champions Argentina remain at the top of the rankings with 1,855.2 points and are followed by France (1,845.44) and England (1,800.05).
NIS - Partizan Belgrade are through to the semi-finals of Serbia's Radivoj Korac Cup after beating Serbian League outfit Hercegovac Gajdobra 92-67 in the quarter-finals of the cup finals tournament in Nis on Thursday evening.
Partizan will next face Vojvodina Novi Sad, who beat Mega 100-92 on Thursday.
BELGRADE - Serbia's December 2023 industrial turnover was down by 1.0 pct relative to the same month of the previous year, according to figures released by the national statistical office.
Relative to the 2022 average, it was up by 7.3 pct.
By sectors, the mining sector registered a 1.0 pct turnover decline y-o-y, while the manufacturing industry turnover fell by 1.0 pct.
OPLENAC - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic, Republika Srpska PM Radovan Viskovic and Serbian Minister of Labour, Employment and Veteran and Social Affairs Nikola Selakovic laid wreaths at Karadjordje's sarcophagus in the Church of St George at Oplenac, central Serbia, on Thursday on occasion of Serbia's Statehood Day.