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Serbia's real estate market was worth 1.7 bln euros in Q4 2023 - RGZ

BELGRADE - Serbia's real estate market was worth 1.7 bln euros in Q4 2023, the national geodetic authority RGZ said on Tuesday.

"This is a 40 pct rise relative to the pre-pandemic year of 2019, despite a 22 pct slide relative to the record year of 2022," the RGZ said in a post on the social media network X.

Serbia sees off Dejan Milojević - Steve Kerr and basketball legends at the funeral

Milojevic died on January 17 in Salt Lake City as a result of a heart attack before the NBA game between Utah and Golden State, where he worked as a member of the coaching staff.
The funeral ceremony will begin at 1 p.m., the funeral itself half an hour later.

The Chinese shopping center in New Belgrade on fire PHOTO/VIDEO

The cause of the fire at the Chinese mall is still unknown, with huge black smoke and flames billowing from the mall.
Ministry of the Internal Affairs received a report about the fire at 6:57 a.m. A total of 46 firefighters-rescuers, with 13 vehicles, were sent to the scene from New Belgrade, Zemun, Koutnjak, Vodovac, and Zvezdara.

Jovanovic: Digitalisation, AI, biotech and bioinformatics a part of development programme

BELGRADE- Digitalisation and further application of artificial intelligence (AI), as well as work on application of biotech and bioinformatics, are an integral part of Serbia's development plan unveiled by President Aleksandar Vucic at the weekend, Minister of Information and Telecommunications Mihailo Jovanovic told Tanjug on Tuesday.

Belgrade court rejects last complaint, electoral process completed

BELGRADE - The Higher Court in Belgrade on Thursday rejected the last complaint to the consolidated report on the results of the elections for the City of Belgrade Assembly, held on December 17 and repeated at three polling stations on December 30.

This means the electoral process is now complete, the city authorities said in a statement.

Kosovo-Metohija Serbs face threats on daily basis, Vucic tells Lajcak

DAVOS - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday he had had an open discussion in Davos with EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue Miroslav Lajcak, whom he told that Pristina's moves put all past achievements of the normalisation process in question.