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Ruzic: Pupils in the school benches next week as well

Less than a thousand students are currently infected with coronavirus, which is 0.15 percent, but that is a statistic and it is important that we promote the application of epidemiological measures through education and work with students and teachers, but also raise awareness of the need to deal with this plague, and the best way to fight and win is a vaccine, said Branko Rui.

What Djilas said about lithium four years ago: "It will employ thousands of people"

Four years ago, he was an ardent supporter of this project, Belgrade media report.
Referring to the interview of Djilas for Nedeljnik on October 25, 2017, they write that he literally said that we should talk about the concession for those mines, because it is a huge chance for Serbia.

Gazprom Increases Gas Supplies to Bulgaria by Nearly 44%

Gazprom increased its gas exports to Bulgaria by 43.8%.

The company's deliveries to foreign countries have increased to 171.5 billion cubic meters, which is 6.6% (10.6 billion cubic meters) more than in the same period in 2020.

Britain’s Johnson Appoints Military Chief as Balkans Envoy

Air Chief Marshall Sir Stuart Peach has been named British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Envoy for the Western Balkans, adding to the list of international envoys to the region after the United States and European Union did the same with Gabriel Escobar and Miroslav Lajcak.

London sends its man to the Balkans; "We must not allow violence"

He states that the region is facing the greatest threat to its stability and security in the last two decades, and that we must not allow a return to violence and divisions from the past, the British government announced today.

Serbs and Croats fighting for Davis Cup finals: Duel of rivals and friends

Tennis fever shakes the Balkans, a clash of neighbors and great tennis friends is one of the topics of the day in the tennis world.
It is a clash between two teams that have had the opportunity to win the famous "Salad Bowl" a total of three times in history.

Bosnia needs Attention to Save itself from Disintegration

A quarter of a century after the end of the war, Bosnia and Herzegovina is in a dangerous situation. The people who live there are worried. After all, more than 100,000 people were killed or disappeared in the 1992-1995 conflict. Among them were about 8,000 men and boys killed in the genocide after the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995.

Media: Chaos on the streets of Serbia envisaged; "Participants sprinkled with purple"

It should be reminded that the "Go-start" initiative announced that they would block highways throughout Serbia during the protest on Saturday, but the newspaper Kurir states that the announcement of the "Purple Revolution" association has arrived in their editorial office, announcing that they will mark all cars with purple paint which will take part in the blockade.

Croatia Finds Ten Suspected War Victims’ Bodies Near Vukovar

The Croatian Veterans' Ministry told BIRN that preliminary findings show that human remains discovered at an illegal landfill between the villages of Pacetin and Bobota near Vukovar are those of at least ten people who were middle-aged or older.

Havana Syndrome: The Perfect Disease for a Post-Truth World

Yet, mysteriously, there was no physical contact. By spring 2017 there were more than 80 alleged cases. Their medical diagnosis was akin to a "concussion without a concussion." Shortly after, more than two dozen personnel and family members attached to the Canadian Embassy in Havana began to report similar symptoms, but no noises. The "Havana Syndrome" was born.

Is Berlin changing its approach towards Belgrade?

According to her, that change could happen when her party takes over the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany, as envisaged by the coalition agreement.

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