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Vucic claims: Serbia has not Sold a Single Weapon or Ammunition either to Ukraine or to Russia
Serbia has not sold a single weapon or ammunition to both Ukraine and Russia, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic yesterday at an international conference in Doha, quoted by Hina.
On allegations that Serbian-made munitions end up in Ukraine via Turkey and other countries, the Serbian president told reporters on Sunday:
Turkish opposition to announce election candidate amid signs of discord
Greek inmate in Turkish prison seeks permission to attend funeral of son killed in train crash
A Greek inmate in a Turkish prison has applied for a temporary absence to attend the funeral of his son who was killed in a head-on train collision in central Greece earlier this week.
Greek media have identified the victim as 28-year-old Nikos Nalbantis. There was no information about the identity of the father or the jail where he is imprisoned.
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Vucic signs book of condolences at Turkish embassy
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic signed a book of condolences at the Turkish embassy in Belgrade on Thursday following a devastating earthquake that has caused great loss of life in Turkey, noting that Serbian citizens symphatised with Turkish friends in these times of pain and sadness.