Mirjana Markovic with her husband, Slobodan Milosevic, in 1997. Photo: Srdjan Suki/EPA.
The urn containing the ashes of Mirjana Markovic, widow of former Serbian and Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, was buried next to her late husband in the garden of their family home in the eastern Serbian town of Pozarevac on Saturday.
The head of the Serbian Office for Kosovo and Metohija added that the document's goal was to "collapse the dialogue."
"What they have adopted has nothing to do with intent to reach an agreement. This is a wish-list of the separatists in Pristina, an unrealistic document aimed at bringing down the dialogue and ruining it," Djuric told a press conference.
For the sixth weekend in a row, thousands of demonstrators gathered in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, for a protest march, passing by the country's main institutions to voice their anger at the political situation in the country and the rule of President Aleksandar Vucic, who they believe is increasingly autocratic.
This would come beside raising the tax by 100 percent on goods from central Serbia.
According to Beta agency, he "suggested that there were other measures that were not tariff-related," and told Albanian A2 broadcaster, in a statement carried by Pristina-based media, "You you will see when we get to them."
As a crisis over Kosovo's import tax hikes continues in Serb-majority northern Kosovo, a former Serbian Minister for Kosovo, Goran Bogdanovic, says that he expects a "status quo" to settle in before the import taxes on Serbian products are scrapped.
"I believe that this decision [to raise taxes on Serbian imports] will be revoked very soon," Boganovic told BIRN.
They plead with Vucic "not to give up the fight for a just, compromise and sustainable solution for KiM (Kosovo and Metohija)" with a message that abandoning this fight would represent "the greatest historical defeat of the Serb people in recent history" and at the same time "the greatest victory of the enemies of the Serb people and their domestic cowards."
The commission will now also deal with murders and abductions of journalists in Kosovo and Metohija in the period from 1998 until 2001, and the killing of journalists in the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia between 1991 and 1995.
Tanjug reported this on Friday, citing Srpski Telegraf.
Malden, whose father was a Serb, had a long career in the US, where was born, primarily as a character actor. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 97.
Douglas has always been pointing out that Malden - born Mladen Sekulovic - had been a decisive influence on his career, the report said.