Ethnic groups in Croatia
Montenegrin President Makes First Visit to WWII Massacre Memorial
Montenegrin President Jakov Milatovic at the WWII memorial in Doli Pivski. Photo: President of Montenegro.
"The state of Montenegro must not forget the innocent suffering of your and our ancestors, relatives and neighbours," Milatovic said at the commemoration.
Serbia ‘Finds List of 5,800 Children Saved from Croatian WWII Camps’
The Serbian Museum of Genocide Victims said on Friday that it has obtained a list with the names and details of 5,800 Serbian children rescued from Ustasa death camps in the Nazi-allied Independent State of Croatia, which was thought to have been lost or destroyed.
Guyon: New Serbian-language schools to open in US, Austria
BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian Directorate for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region Arnaud Guyon announced on Tuesday that more Serbian-language supplementary schools would be opened in the US and Austria.
Ambassadors of France and Germany in Serbia: We do not blackmail Serbia
In the show, they discuss the Franco-German proposal, what it says and what kind of "punishment" awaits Serbia if it rejects the proposal.
Vucic receives group of Serb children from Slovenia
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Friday hosted a Christmas Eve reception for a group of about thirty ethnic Serb children from Slovenia who are visiting Belgrade for the Christmas holidays.
He chatted with the children and handed out Christmas presents to them.
Vučić with Zuroff: An eternal bond in the memory of the crimes against Serbs and Jews
"I thanked Mr. Zuroff for consistent and dedicated fighting for a clear condemnation of the Ustasha crimes committed during the Second World War," Vui wrote on Instagram and added: "The traditional historical alliance of the Serbian and Jewish people is also an eternal bond into the memory of the crimes committed against the Serbian and Jewish people".
Yugoslav Naval Officer Who Refused to Bomb Croatia Honored
Montenegrin and Croatian officials on Monday unveiled a memorial on the Croatian island of Vis to a Yugoslav naval officer who refused to bomb towns on Croatia's coast in the war in 1991.
Bosnian Serb Accused of War Crimes Becomes Belgrade Councillor
Svetozar Andric, the former commander of the Bosnian Serb Army's Birac Brigade and later the chief of staff of the Drina Corps during the Bosnian war, was officially elected as a new member of the Belgrade City Council on Thursday.
Croatian Serb War Victims Hope Compensation Claims Finally Pay Off
"I was in the hospital for six days, after that I wore a leg brace for a month," he added.
Some two-and-a-half years later Drca, together with many other Croatian Serbs, was forced to flee the country and come to Serbia.
Children from the region pay a visit to Vučić and Serbia
"34 children from the region came to visit us. I am very happy that I can receive you today, and when I see you with Nikola Tesla T-shirts, I know how proud you are of Nikola Tesla, who loved and respected his people. Serbia is always a refuge for every person. State borders that exist today must not be a limiting factor," said Vui.