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Germans are calling upon to "break" Serbia

This domination, as they stated, and as Blic reminds us, "must be broken." According to diplomats and sources cited by the newspaper, everything indicates that certain centers of power in the West are attempting to change their approach towards our region and adopt a tougher policy.

Top US and EU lawmakers say West too soft on Serbia over Kosovo

Senior lawmakers from the United States and Europe are calling for a change in the Western diplomatic approach toward Serbia and Kosovo amid concern that tensions between the two could rapidly spiral out of control.

Mali: EXPO 2027 to be confirmation of all we have done

BELGRADE - Hosting EXPO 2027 will be an opportunity for Serbia to present itself in the right light and the expo will the biggest and the most important event for Serbia in decades, Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Thursday.

Dream big and do not criticise others, Vucic tells young athletes

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday received a group of young Serb athletes from Kosovo-Metohija, Republika Srpska and the diaspora and told them to "dream big as that is the only way to achieve great things."

Serbian high jumper Topic wins U20 European gold

JERUSALEM - Serbian high jumper Angelina Topic won the gold medal at the U20 European Athletics Championship in Jerusalem on Wednesday evening.

With a 1.90 m jump, Topic claimed her second career U20 European title.

Serbia lose to Italy at Acropolis basketball tournament after wasting 17-point lead

ATHENS - The Serbia men's national basketball team lost to Italy 89-88 on Wednesday evening in its second game at the Acropolis basketball tournament in Athens.

Previously, Serbia defeated Greece 71-64 on Tuesday.

Serbia got off to an excellent start to the game against Italy and had a 17-point lead in the first quarter, but Italy made up the deficit to win.

Serbian Armed Forces team heads to Slovenia to join flood relief efforts

BELGRADE - Twenty-two Serbian Armed Forces servicemen departed for Slovenia on Wednesday to join flood relief efforts in the country.

The servicemen, who come from the Serbian Air Force and the 63rd Parachute Brigade, took off from the Colonel Pilot Milenko Pavlovic Air Base in Batajnica near Belgrade aboard H-145 and Mi-17 helicopters.

Russians "conquer" Montenegro

Business portal presented official data from the Central Bank of Montenegro.