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Serbian ambassador summoned over Vučić’s statements about Slovenia

Ljubljana – The Slovenian Foreign Ministry has summoned Serbian Ambassador to Slovenia Zorana Vlatković for talks over the statements that Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić made about Slovenia during Slovenian President Borut Pahor’s visit in Belgrade on Saturday.

Serbia's answer to Scholz and Macron

Serbia "never shied away from difficult decisions" and made them when they were in the interest of its citizens, Prime Minister Ana Brnabi said in Kosovska Mitirovica, reacting to that letter.

Brnabić responded to the Albanian journalist's provocation: "I feel like I'm at home"

Prime Minister Ana Brnabi said today during her visit to Kosovo and Metohija that Serbia will always be with its people in Kosovo and Metohija.
"We will continue to fight for our people, its dignity, and also to see prosperity and an increasingly better quality of life here in Kosovo and Metohija," said Prime Minister Brnabic.

Erdoğan due to embark for three-day Balkan trip

President Erdoğan will embark on a three-day Balkan trip on Sept. 6 which includes Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia. The agenda of the visits will be bilateral relations, regional peace and stability, and steps towards increasing the trade volume.

Brnabić arrived at Kosovo and Metohija PHOTO/VIDEO

The Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabi, arrived in North Mitrovica, where a large number of citizens of North Mitrovica and from all over Kosovo gathered for the reception.
It is her first visit to the southern province since 2017, when she was first elected prime minister.

German-French threat to Serbia? Media: It's serious, they're sending envoys

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron have decided to become much more actively involved in the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, the media write.
Proof of this is the joint letter addressed to the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, which, unlike some previous statements, does not exude diplomatic sophistication or statesmanlike restraint.

In Belgrade, Traces Remain of the Holocaust’s Disappeared

On a family grave in Belgrade, Julie Brill found an engraved picture of an unknown relative who was imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp in Serbia before disappearing. She decided to make sure he got a more prominent memorial.

Meeting Vučić, Pahor counts on political wisdom of region’s leaders

Belgrade – The impact of the war in Ukraine on the Western Balkans and the region’s European perspective topped the agenda as President Borut Pahor met his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vučić in Belgrade on Saturday. Pahor hopes the region’s leaders will muster enough political wisdom to solve all bilateral issues through dialogue.

Vučić hosted Pahor: "Link between energy situation and other problems crucial" VIDEO

"What I would say is that the key question, the question of all questions, is the connection between the energy situation and the problems that may arise in the region. Accordingly, we discussed how and with what readiness the country welcomes the upcoming winter, what we can do to help each other".

The "Eagles" defeated the Netherlands for a winning start on Eurobasket

Serbian national team defeated Dutch national team with a score of 100:76 in the first match of Group C of the European Championship.
Serbia had no problems with the tough Dutchman and relatively easily (and at the same time not so easily) achieved a convincing victory at the start of the championship.

Vučić hosts gala dinner; the President of Serbia with the guests of the Summit PHOTO

The First International Wine Fair "Wine Vision of the Open Balkans", under the auspices of the governments of Serbia, North Macedonia and Albania, was opened today in the presence of the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vui and the Prime Ministers of Albania, North Macedonia and Montenegro, Edi Rama, Dimitar Kovaevski and Dritan Abazovi, with the opening Red Wine "Open Balkan" made from three loc