Kragujevac

Media: Traffic in Belgrade normalized; Gazela passable after opposition protest PHOTO

Several main streets in the city were blocked and without traffic, from Kneza Miloa, across Savska, to certain streets around them.
Large police forces are noticeable in all parts of the city.
The roadblock was organized despite the appeal of the Ministry of the Interior that blocking the roads is a violation of the law.

Vučić laid a wreath on the 80th anniversary of civilians' mass shooting in Kragujevac

The prayer, in memory of the victims, was served by Bishop Jovan of umadija with the clergy, and after that, President Vui laid a wreath at the "V3" monument, erected at the place where students and professors of the Kragujevac high school were shot dead on October 21, 1941.
"We don't forget," the president said via Instagram ahead of the start of the event.

Vučić with the Vice President of the Bundestag PHOTO

German Bundestag Vice President Claudia Roth said yesterday that she was visiting Kragujevac, which marks the 80th anniversary of the German occupation forces killing thousands of civilians, with a message that something like this would never happen again and that she would emphasize the importance of shared memory.

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Based on Vučić's order, more than 15.000 soldiers got "alerted" this morning PHOTO

"Based on the directive of the Supreme Commander of the Serbian Army and the President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vui, a check of the combat readiness of the commands, units and institutions of the Serbian Army began early this morning," it was stated at the beginning of the press release.

Black numbers from Serbia - record number of patients on respirators

16.938 people were tested.
There are 209 patients on respirators, which is the highest number since the outbreak of the epidemic.
6.071 patients were hospitalized.
With today's 28, the number of deaths in Serbia has risen to 1.168, and the mortality rate is 1.01 percent.
The total number of registered cases of coronavirus in Serbia is 116.125.

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