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Over ten thousand people have been taking to the streets in Serbia every weekend since November 2018. The protesters are demanding dismissal of the government and the…
On 17 January President Vladimir Putin paid an official visit to Serbia, where he met President Aleksander Vučić. The Russian president was accompanied by a large delegation…
Several serious incidents were seen in Serbia-Kosovo relations between 3 and 9 September.
On 2 April, the Serbian Prime Minister and leader of the centre-right Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), Aleksandar Vučić, won the presidential election.
he presidential election in Serbia is scheduled for 2 April. The likely winner is the current prime minister Aleksandar Vučić.
The visit has confirmed the suspicion that Serbia considers China to be its strategic partner, which is important not only because of the economic co-operation.
The election was intended to take advantage of record levels of support for the ruling SNS party, which has been in power since 2012.
On 8th April Croatia blocked the process of considering an opening another chapter in the accession negotiations between Serbia and the EU.
The EU’s positive decision to open negotiation chapters was caused by Serbia’s more constructive policy towards its neighbouring countries.
The wave of migration is backed up in Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, and the situation in the places with a high concentration of migrants has become worse.