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Serbian president feels no ‘joy’ over EU-brokered deal

Serbian leader Aleksandar Vucic says he is not overexcited about the recently announced agreement with breakaway Kosovo regarding vehicle license plates issued by Belgrade, arguing that it could be a sign of future pressure on the country. Under the EU-brokered deal, which was reached in Brussels on Wednesday after several …

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Serbian president warns of ‘hellish’ winter

European countries are in for a “hell” of a winter due to the skyrocketing costs of energy, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday. Meanwhile, the government in Belgrade has done its best to stockpile natural gas, in case the pipeline delivering Russian gas via Turkey is sabotaged as well. …

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Serbian leader warns of imminent global war

The world is approaching a major conflict unseen since 1945, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic warned on Tuesday, after the first day of the UN General Assembly session in New York. Small countries can’t expect any good news going forward, Vucic added. “You see a crisis in every part of the …

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Europe faces ‘polar winter’ – Serbian president

Europe is facing a difficult winter this year, but next winter will be “polar,” Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday, commenting on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech at the Eastern Economic Forum.  Among other things, Putin stressed that Russia would not supply energy to countries adopting measures in breach …

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Serbian president doubles down on Russian sanctions

Despite suffering “enormous damage,” Belgrade will fight to maintain its policy of not joining the drastic international sanctions introduced against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said. “We’ve lasted eighty days” without restricting Russia and “the price we pay is huge,” Vucic told local broadcaster …

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Serbian president declares victory

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has declared himself the winner of Sunday’s presidential election, as polls close and an early projection places him far enough ahead to avoid a runoff election. An analysis by the Center for Free Elections and Democracy has given Vucic 59% of the votes, a comfortable margin …

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Kosovo’s Albanian police ban Serbian license plates, use tear gas against protesters, as US and EU urge ‘restraint’ on both sides

Hundreds of local Serbs have gathered at Jarinje and Brnjak, two ‘border’ crossings between the renegade province – which the ethnic Albanians declared independent in 2008 – and inner Serbia. Heavily armed special units of Kosovo police blocked both checkpoints on Monday morning, insisting that all vehicles with Serbian license …

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