Belgrade Waterfront

Serbia Protesters Mark Controversial Savamala Demolitions

Protesters in the Serbian capital led by the campaign group "Let's not drown Belgrade" marched from the Savamala district to the Belgrade city assembly to mark the third anniversary of the April 2016 demolitions, when bulldozers and masked men tore down buildings in the riverside district by night.

First Belgrade Waterfront residential building opened

The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and President Aleksandar Vucic, the Serbian government announced.

On that occasion, Brnabic, Minister of Finance Sinisa Mali, Belgrade Mayor Zoran Radojicic, Eagle Hills Director Mohamed Alabbar and Director of the Belgrade Waterfront company Nikola Nedeljkovic cut the ribbon.

Vucic receives Alabbar in Belgrade

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met in Belgrade on Thursday with Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of the Abu Dhabi-based Eagle Hills company, the investor behind the Belgrade Waterfront project.

In a recent exclusive interview with Tanjug, Alabbar said he was satisfied with Serbia-UAE cooperation on the project.

Belgrade: Thousands Protest Government's Waterfront Project

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Thousands of protesters in Belgrade on April 25 took to the streets to demand a probe into a multi-billion euro riverside building project in the Serbian capital.

Protesters displayed a yellow duck, a symbol of their opposition slogan, "Let's Not Sink Belgrade," near the Sava river where residential buildings, hotels, and shopping mall will be built.