Namely, the works in question are the reconstruction and modernization of the railway Subotica-Horgos-state border with Hungary-Szeged.
Before the arrival of President Vui and Hungarian Prime Minister Orbn, more than 5.000 citizens gathered in Horgos.
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At the beginning of the interview, Vui commented on the arrest of Dijana Hrkalovi.
"This is evidence in the possession of the competent state authorities, related to the murder of Mr. Milosevic. After that, I assume that the DNA was changed, and that some people were released instead of being convicted. I assume that is one of the reasons," he said.
At least 10 Serbs were injured during the police operation, two of whom were detained for hospital treatment. Sreko Sofronijevi was shot in the back and operated on. His condition is stable and he is in intensive care. Kosovo police point out that the action is directed against the alleged smuggling of goods.
Vucic will meet with Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin, State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice Bojan Scepanovic, Republic Public Prosecutor Zagorka Dolovac and War Crimes Prosecutor Snezana Stanojkovic.
The meeting will be held in the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic.
The ceremony is attended by the representatives of the companies that take part in the exhibit, members of the officer corps, but also foreign delegations.
As previously announced, during the visit to the fair, President Vui will also meet with the Chief of the General Staff of the National People's Army of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, General Saïd Chengriha.
The ceremonial opening of the Commemorative Session at the Belgrade Fair, at which the President of Serbia will address as the co-host of the Commemorative Gathering, is scheduled for 9:30 a.m., the Office for Media relations of the President of the Republic of Serbia announced.
After that, the plenary session will begin at 10 a.m., at which the heads of delegations will address.
Vucic took to the stage, adjusted his suit, and read the room. In the front row were some familiar faces: Former US Vice President Mike Pence, the prime ministers of Slovenia and Czechia, Janez Jansa and Andrej Babis, Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik and the man they had all come to see, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.