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Grenell brings America's request, Vucic has a condition?

According to "Blic", this will be a requirement especially because of the success of signing a letter of intent to establish direct airline between Belgrade and Pristina.
In order to implement this agreement, President Vucic will set a condition: abolishing taxes on goods from central Serbia, according to "Blic" daily.

For the first time in recent history: Serbia's population dropped below seven million

Demographer Danica Santic tells RTS that fewer than seven million people live in Serbia currently.
Santic states that for two years there has been a slight upward trend in the number of newborns - in 2016 and 2017 around 160, and a slightly higher number is expected for 2018.

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.

Serbian Museum Puts Mestrovic’s Vidovdan Sculptures on Display

An exhibition of sculptures by Ivan Mestrovic from the collection of the Serbian National Museum in Belgrade opened on Tuesday night at the museum. 

During December and January, visitors to the museum will have an opportunity to see 40 works by the famous Yugoslav sculptor, most them created before World War I, the so-called "Vidovdan fragments".

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.

Vucic with Pahor and Pendarovski at the Regional Youth Leadership Forum VIDEO

The Forum brought together close to 200 young socially engaged people from the Western Balkans.
Young people will have the opportunity to discuss current topics and challenges on a panel with three presidents.
Three-day Forum commenced on Friday and will last till Sunday, November 24.

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