According to the media, Petronijevic and Pekovic were in the garden of a cafe in Vracar and were attacked for no reason at around midnight by a group of hooligans who had previously made noise and shouted at passers-by, sitting in a cafe right next to the restaurant where Petronijevic and Pekovic were.
"This magnificent construction site is a symbol of Serbia's overall progress! Construction works on the Cortanovci Viaduct represent the largest railway construction site in all of Europe," Vucic wrote on Instagram profile.
He said that with certainty in October next year we will be able to travel from Belgrade to Novi Sad in half an hour (25 minutes fast train).
The exact cause is unknown, and as the paper states, there was suspicion of so-called DDoS hacking attacks, which simulated too many inputs, so the system "crashes".
Another possible reason is that the system cannot support the large number of teachers' inputs who, at the end of the semester, enter grades and arrange documentation.
The Forum brought together close to 200 young socially engaged people from the Western Balkans.
Young people will have the opportunity to discuss current topics and challenges on a panel with three presidents.
Three-day Forum commenced on Friday and will last till Sunday, November 24.
Three children suffered injuries.
Around midday today, a strong wind hit the Indjija area and caused complete chaos and collapse. Police believes the tornado-like storm was not the cause of the crash.
The Novi Sad - Belgrade highway is currently closed in both directions at the Indjija loop, media reported.
Its arrival was greeted by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Chinese Deputy Commerce Minister Qian Keming.
The train cut a red ribbon at the New Belgrade railway station while sounding "a long horn", in that way marking the official establishment of the first rail freight line between two countries.
The main issue for discussion of this trilateral meeting is establishing "mini Schengen" with the aim of improving the links of the regional markets, enabling free flow of goods, people, services and capital in the market of 20 million people.
The President of the Contractual Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina, Radenko Vidakovic, told 021.rs that they had asked the police to allow them to make a ride through Novi Sad without stopping, in order to make as little traffic problems as possible.