BELGRADE - The migrant crisis, which saw around a million people pass through Serbia, posed new challenges for local communities and self-government authorities - the citizens demonstrated humaneness and the authorities became aware of the significance of improving resilience to various crises and ensuring the necessary infrastructure, a panel was told Friday.
BELGRADE - Almost everything poses a risk today and that is why society must be well-prepared and work on prevention and awareness, Serbian Minister without portfolio for Demographics and Population Policy Slavica Djukic Dejanovic said as the conference Investing in (Municipal) Resilience opened on Thursday.
Russia's Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu could visit Belgrade on Oct. 20, while there is a possibility that "the promised" Russian MiGs will arrive before him.
At least that is what the daily Vecernje Novosti claims, adding that the details and date of Shoigu's visit will be determined on September 29, when the Serbian minister of foreign affairs, Ivica Dacic, is traveling to Moscow.
A "pirate" website for the online encyclopedia Wikipedia has been launched in Turkey, five months after the website was banned in the country.
With its domain name registered in the capital Ankara, the mirror website "www.turkcewikipedia.org" contains all the content of Wikipedia in both English and Turkish.