Serbia

Tonight Saint Sava Academy "Treasure of Saint Sava"

The Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabi, the President of the Assembly Ivica Daci and the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Branko Rui will address the academy.
The feast of Saint Sava was established as the school's feast day in 1840, and it is also celebrated by the Serbian Orthodox Church and the faithful.

Vučić attended the presentation of the achievements of the Serbian Army VIDEO / PHOTO

Vui arrived at the Guard House, where he was greeted by the Guard of Honor of the Serbian Armed Forces.
The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Defense Nebojsa Stefanovic, as well as the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Army, General Milan Mojsilovic.

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"Little Trump" re: Kosovo and Metohija: "He has already chosen sides; it's a shame"

Namely, as he stated, Blinken has already shown that he chose the side and that is why he has no credibility.
"I am someone who was applauded and criticized by both sides (Serbs and Albanians). I am very pleased with the progress we have made. I have supporters and slanderers on both sides," Grenell told Pavlovic Today.

Kosovo, Serbia, CSOs Urge Govts to Break Dialogue Stalemate

In a bid to push the governments of Serbia and Kosovo to renew the stalled EU-facilitated dialogue on normalisation of relations, 47 civil society organisations, CSOs, from both countries on Friday urged them to make more of an effort, expressing "deep concern" about a "deteriorating situation on the ground".

Vučić: "Eight factories in seven years" VIDEO / PHOTO

"In a year, we will mark 140 years of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Japan, and in that year we will be able to participate in the opening or completion of Toyo Tires and Nidec factories, and we will complete the desulphurization project at TENT in Obrenovac. We managed to make progress in concretizing the relations between Serbia and Japan", said Vui.

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