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"All the vaccines will be acknowledged"

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said last night that Serbia has excellent results, not only in the field of vaccination but also in the economy, that it represents a role model for many, even when it comes to digital passports, which, as she said, everyone aknowledges.

Kosovo PM Revives Plan to Sue Serbia for Genocide

But Veseli's proposal was described as political opportunism by opponents within Kosovo, and dismissed by international experts as impractical and extremely unlikely to succeed.

Romanian Foresters Association to issue "Romanian Wood" trademark to relevant companies

The Romanian Foresters Association (ASFOR) has registered at the State Office for Inventions and Trademarks (OSIM) the "Romanian Wood" trademark, which aims to capitalize on wood products from Romania, only from sustainable-managed forests, operated by Romanian companies and capitalized on transparently.

Croatia Identifies Five Exhumed Bodies of War Victims

Five people who had been missing since the 1991-95 war in Croatia were identified on Friday at the forensic department in the eastern town of Osijek.

Among those whose remains were identified was Croatian soldier Tomislav Balic, a member of Croatian Army's 204th Vukovar Brigade.

Significantly reduced numbers of newly infected

13 people died of COVID-19.
There are 67 patients on respirators.
In the last 24 hours, 9.928 people were tested, and since the outbreak of the epidemic, 4.061.461 people.
Since the beginning of the epidemic, 709.269 patients with coronavirus have been registered in our country, and 6.752 people have died.

"Work-free Sunday? All right, go to those countries"

"It is unbelievable to see a factory in Priboj after 40 years," the president said during the tour.
As he added, spouses Selma and Samir Rustemovi are responsible for many things.
"I will especially thank Dirk and Jens who invested money and did this, our German friends. Selma pushes with energy like a bulldozer, and Samir plays his part," he said jokingly.

Four Balkan Countries Eye Eurovision Crown

Albania, Bulgaria, Greece and Serbia have all qualified for the final of the 65th Eurovision Song Contest, to be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021 in Rotterdam. Some 26 countries made it to the final in total.

Serbia Mulls Sacking Ambassador for Supporting Poland’s LGBT community

Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic stated that the Belgrade government is considering the recall of its Warsaw Ambassador, Nikola Zurovac, who signed a letter of support to the Polish LGBT community without consulting the ministry or government.

Selakovic said he was supposed to be in Poland now, but that Polish officials had now cancelled his planned meetings in Warsaw.

Lawsuit against Serbia still possible? "Unexpected" assistance offered

First of all, as Kosovo Online reports, this is due to the fact that the Hague Tribunal did not investigate Slobodan Milosevic on the account of this act, but it also points out that it is ready to help prepare the lawsuit if Pristina asks her to do so, Ekonomija Online writes.