International media watchdog Reporters Without Borders, RSF, has called on the Serbian authorities to investigate how much surveillance goes on in the country - after the Serbian news agency Tanjug on February 16 published a response written by the Defence Minister to a never-published opinion piece by a former defence minister.
"I have already sung to Macron two years ago in Trieste, and I will do so now as well, if I had the opportunity. I have to learn some French song quickly. It would probably be Champs-lyses", Dacic stated for daily "Kurir".
Today, President of France is coming to two-day visit to Serbia.
SPS leader and Serbian Foreign Minister and First Deputy PM Ivica Dacic says he will probably not stand in elections for party president again.
"They can't dismiss me, the only thing that can happen is for me to leave, which is something I've been thinking about. I will probably not be a candidate for the SPS president again," Dacic told the tabloid Kurir.
Aleksandar Vucic on Saturday spoke with Vladimir Putin on the phone, wishing the Russian leader a happy birthday as he turned 65.
According to the Serbian president, who spoke for the Belgrade-based tabloid Kurir, the 25-minute conversation was entirely in Russian - "although an interpreter reacted once or twice" - and touched on "all topics of importance to Serbia-Russia relations."