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Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and the Chairman of the Managerial Board of Eagle Hills, Mohamed Alabbar, jointly laid the cornerstone for the Belgrade Tower, due to become the tallest building in the Balkans, on a site on the Sava promenade.

“I quoted de Gaulle – that it’s more important to organise the country than to run it. I am proud of Serbia and Belgrade; I’m proud of our people and I’m especially happy and satisfied that I have had the honour of being part of the team of people who are changing the face of our country, said PM Vučić.