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Turkish Stream to be strengthened by Serbian Stream

Head of Srbijagas Dusan Bajatovic said that Serbia's section of Turkish Stream pipeline will become operational by late April 2020, adding that Belgrade expects a decision on from the Energy Community of South East …

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Putin comments on upcoming visit to Serbia

The Russian president’s upcoming visit to Serbia will strengthen the relationship between the two countries, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in New Year’s greetings to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic …

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'South Stream' to be revived as 'Turkish Stream-2'

Gazprom determined the Turkish Stream gas pipeline's route passing through the territory of Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Slovakia. It is expected that deliveries to Bulgaria and Serbia will begin in 2020, to Hungary - in 2021, and …

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Belgrade scraps visa-free entry for Tehran

Serbia has scrapped visa-free entry for Iranian citizens, little more than year after it introduced it to boost tourism, according to a government decree published in the Official Gazette yesterday. "The Government of the Republic …

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Kusturica falls in love with Crimea

After a walk through Bakhchisarai and performances in the cellar of the 17th-century Karaite estate in Chaush-Kobasy in Crimea, Serbian film director and musician Emir Kusturica declared that he fell in love with Crimea and expressed a desire to …

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Tashmaydan park in Belgrade

Tashmaydan park is one of the most famous places in the capital of Serbia. Saltpeter mines were located in this place during in the times of the Ottoman Empire. In 2010, park was reconstructed thanks to financial support of …

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Serbia abolishes visa regime with Azerbaijan

Serbia made a decision on visa exemption for Azerbaijani nationals, who hold ordinary passports, from June 2, 2018, the Serbian Foreign Ministry said. Under the decision, the nationals of Azerbaijan, holders of ordinary passports, can …

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World shocked by Kemerovo mall tragedy

The international community has expressed condolences after the fire at a shopping mall in the Russian city of Kemerovo killed more than 60 people. Russian President Vladimir Putin was one of the first to extend …

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Georgia and Serbia sign visa free agreement

The Georgian and Serbian foreign ministers signed a visa free deal between the two countries, Agenda.ge reports. The agreement will enable Georgian citizens holding ordinary passports to travel visa free to Serbia. The Foreign …

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Lavrov: Balkans need Turkish Stream

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project is to improve opportunities for Balkan countries to receive Russian gas. "We and the Turks seek to improve …

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