Ethnic groups in Serbia

Dacic: Wahhabists biggest threat to Muslims, we should fight against terrorism together

BELGRADE - Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said on Wednesday he had spoken with members of the Bosniak community following a recent terrorist attack in which a Wahhabist wounded a gendarme outside the Israeli embassy in Belgrade, and added that he expected to see cooperation with the Islamic community in the fight against terrorism.

Increase In Travel To Bulgaria And The Main Reason: Transit

In December 2023, travel to and from Bulgaria increased compared to the same month in the previous year, according to data from the National Statistical Institute. The number trips of Bulgarians abroad for this month has reached 649.1 thousand, increasing by 7.3% compared to December 2022.

Genetic Study Reveals Strong Slavic Ancestry in Bulgarians, Romanians, and Croats Across the Balkans

Groundbreaking DNA research spanning Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Serbia, Romania, Albania, and Greece has unveiled striking revelations about the genetic makeup of Balkan populations. The study, conducted collaboratively by scientists from Serbia, Spain, and the US, sheds light on the prevalence of Slavic genes in the region.

Pendarovski hopes tradition of Ilinden celebrations will be continued at Prohor Pcinjski

VRANJE - North Macedonian President Stevo Pendarovski said during a visit to Serbia's monastery of St Prohor Pcinjski on Wednesday he hoped the good tradition of celebrations of Ilinden - North Macedonia's greatest national holiday - would be continued at the monastery, the "place where the Macedonian republic was formed."

Bosniak Politicians Campaign for Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks at the cornerstone ceremony for the Belgrade-Sarajevo highway in Sremska Raca, Serbia, 8 October 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE/KOCA SULEJMANOVIC

They sent messages over the weekend via social media, and paid visits and joined meetings and political rallies in Turkey itself.