«Where was this at?»
Belgrade has always featured high on my list. Possibly yours too? Maybe Novi Sad too. Chance to see the legendary EXIT festival? However when you mention Serbia as a destination to tourists, you tend to find people prefer visiting the more prettier Balkan counterparts like Croatia or Montenegro.
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Serbia, the unexpected friend of Syrian refugees
Serbia, the unexpected friend of Syrian refugees - Boulevard Extérieur
Yet, these countries have taken completely opposite policy stances on the refugee crisis. The tiny former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia used to be a very dangerous spot for migrants and refugees on their way to central Europe. Until June, asylum seekers were required to be detained and could not even buy public transport tickets. Many, on their way towards Serbia along train lines, fell victim to train accidents, while others were preyed on by mafia gangs. Finally, on June 18 the Parliament of Skopje amended its Asylum Law, allowing refugees to obtain a hour permit to cross the country safely. In a tense weekend, the government declared a state of crisis and Macedonian forces tried to shut the border with Greece, also using tear gas and stun grenades. Faced with international reproach and the practical inability to seal the border, Macedonia finally let in all the 4, people a day crossing from Idomeni to Gevgelija.
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COVID: Serbia turns to China for vaccine relief
The July Crisis , a series of interrelated diplomatic and military escalations among the major powers of Europe in the summer of , led to the outbreak of World War I — A complex web of alliances, coupled with miscalculations when many leaders regarded war as in their best interests or felt that a general war would not occur, resulted in a general outbreak of hostilities among most major European nations in early August Austria-Hungary viewed the irredentist movements of South Slavs , as promoted by Serbia , as a threat to the unity of its multi-national empire. Following the assassination, Austria sought to inflict a military blow on Serbia to demonstrate its own strength and to dampen Serbian support for Yugoslav nationalism.
This issue really came to the fore following the Russian annexation of Crimea in , and the introduction of sanctions in response from the EU. From the point of view of the interests of the Union and the individual members, this relationship was assessed as unfavorable to the extent that six years since the beginning of the negotiations, the so-called screening report has not been published. Hence the flattery.