Namely, Serbia received about $ 10 million in assistance from the US in equipment and money, making it the number one donor country, daily Blic reports.
Second on the donor list is China, which has donated around € 5.2 million, followed by Norway with € 586,000, Denmark with € 494,860 and the UK with £ 169,000, respectively.
According to daily Blic source, at some point, dispute was caused by Miroslav Aleksic, Vice President of People's Party (NS), who spoke about media torture and the lack of media freedom.
According to daily "Blic", the prosecutor in the Hague had interrogated Haradinaj for an hour, and he refused to answer to his questions.
"Blic" further states, referring to the EULEX sources, that during the conflicts, everything outside the Albanian border could not have happened without the approval of Haradinaj, as this was the part of the region under his control.
Moreover, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic showed no dignity either, in front of the foreign statesman.
"Basic good manners dictates that dirty laundry, if there is any, should be kept inside the house. We have to stop with this provincial and humiliating habit of complaining to foreigners on each other", Jovanovic told daily Blic.
Managing Director of Euronews Michael Peters will be among the members of the delegation of French President Emmanuel Macron visiting Serbia today, Blic announced, referring to its findings. Negotiations on the start of the broadcast, the paper writes, lasted almost a year.
As "Blic" reports, Macron will pass on to the President of Serbia that France supports Serbia in resolving an open conflict with Kosovo Albanians. In this context, daily states that Macron's relations towards Prishtina's representatives had changed, stressing that this change of course of French President in favor of Serbia is novelty.