Serbian Govt Takes Control of Information Flow About Pandemic

All local crisis headquarters and medical institutions in Serbia must send any information about the coronavirus pandemic to the central Crisis Staff led by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic - which will then inform the public about anything regarding COVID-19, the government in Belgrade has decided.

Vucic: Belgrade, Valjevo and Nis - for hotspots of virus, special measures VIDEO

After Belgrade, these are Valjevo and Nis, and he announced new measures for the three cities.
He said he would be quarantined at the Belgrade Fair himself if found to be coronavirus positive. "What is not comfortable and beautiful does not interest me. It is important that we save lives," Vucic said during a statement from the Belgrade Fair Arena.

Turkish Airlines becomes sponsor of Serbian marathon

National flag carrier Turkish Airlines on Dec. 24 became the official air carrier of the largest international sports event in Serbia, race organizers announced.

The Belgrade Marathon and Turkish Airlines signed a contract in Serbia's capital Belgrade making it the official air carrier of the 33rd Belgrade Marathon 2020, the statement said.

New section of "Milos the Great" opens: Instead of two hours, 60-minute ride to Cacak

A modern road will connect Belgrade and Cacak more strongly, and according to the authorities, it will save time. Instead of two hours, we will have 60-minute ride.
Travelling on the section of the Surcin-Obrenovac highway will be free of charge.

"Pointless waste of money": Djilas and the opposition opposing "Moravian corridor"

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will attend the start of the construction of a $ 745 million worth road.
Opposition representatives, on the other hand, oppose the construction of the highway, saying it is unnecessary, but also too expensive project.
One of the leaders of the Alliance for Serbia, Dragan Djilas, opposes the construction of the Moravian Corridor.