Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabi, addressed the media.
"We have made a decision, we are coming out with the list 'Aleksadnar Vui - together we can do everything'. This is the message behind which we all stand together", said Brnabi and added:
"Dana Grujicic will be first on the list for the parliamentary elections, while Aleksandar Sapic heads SNS list for Belgrade."
In Serbia, independent journalism still targeted
Media freedom remains a dilemma affecting the lives and work of hundreds of journalists in Serbia. Smear campaigns, online threats and other attempts to demonise independent media outlets are a consistent trend and a grim reality in Serbia's digital environment.
The meeting is being held at the headquarters of the Progressives in New Belgrade, and the meeting, in addition to SNS and SPS leaders, is attended by SNS Vice President Milos Vucevic, SNS Executive Board President Darko Glisic, SNS Main Board Vice President Aleksandar Sapic, SPS CSO President Aleksandar Antic.
The Serbian capital's new mayor will have to be elected by the Assembly within the following 30 days.
Local elections were held in Belgrade on March 4, when the list of President Aleksandar Vucic's ruling SNS party won 44.99 percent of the vote, and 64 seats in the City Assembly - an absolute majority.