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INTERVIEW: Serbia may attract 15% more foreign tourists this year, tourism minister says
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State investments in Serbia, however, should increase, the minister said, adding that the Serbian Tourist Organization has a budget of 3 million euro, as compared to three times as much of its Croatian peer. As one area holding untapped potential, he ...


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PM on Russian base in Serbia: "First I've heard of it"
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He made the comment during the takeover of two Mi-17V-5 helicopters Serbia bought from Russia, that arrived in the country last night. Vucic's remark concerns recent media reports that Russia was interested in setting up a second base in Serbia, after ...
Two Mi-17 transport helicopters arrived in SerbiaInSerbia News
Russian Helicopters Transfers Two Mi-17 Choppers to Serbian MilitarySputnik International
Serbia receives first two Mi-17V-5 helicopters from RussiaIHS Jane's 360

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Serbia marks June 28, Vidovdan
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The Serbian Orthodox Church will mark the day with holy liturgy at the Gracanica monastery in Kosovo and Metohija, while a memorial service will be held later in the day at the Gazimestan monument built to honor the Kosovo heroes that fell in the ...
Heroes of Serbia: 28. June – A Day of Death and Martyrs that would change the world foreverInSerbia News
Serbs Celebrate Vidovdan and the Battle of Kosovo Amid Tight SecurityBalkan Insight

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China in the Balkans: Serbia wants business but its future lies in Europe
Asia Times
Chinese President Xi Jinping (2nd R front), accompanied by Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic (1st R) and Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic (3rd R), visits Serbia's lone steel plant in Smederevo on June 19, 2016. The plant was acquired by China's ...

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Croatia, and Britain, block Serbia's EU accession talks
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"Some, although uncertain, possibility still exists that new chapters could be opened with Serbia, too", explained the officials, adding that Croatia "has not abandoned its opposition to Serbia's regional jurisdiction for war crimes, or on its demands ...
Croatia, Britain, Stop Serbia Opening ChapterBalkan Insight
Serbian EU Chief Says Chapters May Open in JuneBalkan Insight
UK, Croatia block Serbia's EU pathInSerbia News

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Balkan Insight
Serbia Ponders Brexit's Impact on Economy
Balkan Insight
However, the much talked-about "Brexit" will affect Serbia indirectly because the health of the Serbian economy depends on the general state of the EU economy and on changes in the value of the euro, experts say. Milan Kovacevic, a member of the ...

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Serbia's EU commitment unchanged - Nikolic
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The Serbian president made the remarks on Monday during his meeting in Belgrade with Cuban National Assembly Speaker Juan Esteban Lazo Hernandez. This will also be beneficial to Cuba, as it will have one more friend among EU member states, ...
Serbia and Cuba Ratify Interest in Extending Bilateral RelationsPrensa Latina

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Total Croatia News
Croatia Continuing to Block Serbia's EU Accession Negotiations
Total Croatia News
“Whatever we do, and we have done a lot, Croatia always make a move to demonstrate that the time has come when it can influence Serbia's fate. It is unacceptable that one country can stop another country to join the EU”, said Nikolić. Head of the ...


The Empire of The Kop - a blog about Liverpool F.C. (blog)
Liverpool miss out on Serbian wonderkid after Benfica agree a deal
The Empire of The Kop - a blog about Liverpool F.C. (blog)
Liverpool will reportedly miss out on young Serbian wonderkid Andrija Zivkovic after the 19-year-old agreed a move to Portuguese side Benfica. The youngster was in great form for his side Partizan Belgrade last term, managing 12 goals and eight assists ...
Benfica edge ahead of Liverpool in race for Serbian winger ZivkovicTribal Football

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Cuba backs Serbia's right to preserve territorial integrity
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Cuban National Assembly Speaker Juan Esteban Lazo Hernandez said this after a meeting with Serbian National Assembly President Maja Gojkovic in Belgrade on Monday. "My visit to Serbia is taking place with a firm intent to continue the political ...

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