Tomislav Nikolić

Vucic congratulates Macron

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic on Monday congratulated Emmanuel Macron on winning the French presidential elections, expressing the expectation that Macron's presidential term would mean deeper cooperation between the Serbian and the French nations, the government press office said in a statement.

Danas: Army chief Dikovic could be first to be replaced by Vucic

Serbian Army chief Gen. Ljubisa Dikovic "could be the first" to be removed from office when Aleksandar Vucic takes over as president, the daily Danas writes.

The reports is based opinions of military analysts, who noted that Dikovic was appointed in 2011 by then President Boris Tadic, and that he later "relied on support from (now) outgoing President Tomislav Nikolic."

Army chief could be first to be replaced by Vucic - daily

Serbian Army chief Gen. Ljubisa Dikovic "could be the first" to be removed from office when Aleksandar Vucic takes over as president, the daily Danas writes.

The reports is based opinions of military analysts, who noted that Dikovic was appointed in 2011 by then President Boris Tadic, and that he later "relied on support from (now) outgoing President Tomislav Nikolic."

Serbia celebrates Victory Day

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The Serbian Army is today presenting some of its capabilities and new weapons, as part of celebrations to mark Army Day, and Victory Day over fascism in WW2.

The central event, the Steel 2017 exercise announced last week, is being held in the military ranges Nikinci, northwest of Belgrade.

Nikolic: Haradinaj decision political

BELGRADE - Following a French court's decision to reject a Serbian extradition request for Ramus Haradinaj - a former "Kosovo Liberation Army" commander wanted by Belgrade for war crimes against Serbs - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic sent a letter to French counterpart Francois Hollande, noting the decision was political and that it further solidified a belief there was no justice for Serb

Nikolic: Serbia pursuing policy of regional stability

BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Wednesday conferred with a Swedish parliamentary delegation headed by Speaker Urban Ahlin, noting Serbia had for years been trying to pursue a policy of maintaining regional stability.

Serbia is exceptionally appreciative of Sweden's support on the path to EU membership, Nikolic said.

Vucic, Nikolic discuss significant political issues

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic and President Tomislav Nikolic met in the government building on Monday to discuss all significant political issues, in particular, the situation in the region and the latest threats against Serbia made by Albanian PM Edi Rama, Kosovo President Hasim Taci and Jonuz Musliu, president of Serbia's national council of ethnic Albanians, Vucic's office has confi

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