Ibrahim Kalin, a spokesperson for the Turkish president, has told a Belgrade daily that Recep Erdogan's visit to Serbia went in "an extraordinary atmosphere."
Any possible changes in the Serbian government will not be decided about via the media, a Belgrade daily has learned from PM Ana Brnabic's cabinet.
"The prime minister is listening very carefully and following the comments made in the public. But she will not make decisions under pressure," Politika was told.
Next year the exercise of NATO and its partners that is currently taking place in Bosnia-Herzegovina "could be held in Serbia."
This is according to the Belgrade-based daily Blic.
Marinos Ritsoudis, who in 1999 refused to participate in NATO's bombing of Serbia, 18 years later says he is proud of that moment.