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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic today signed the book of mourning at the Embassy of the Republic of Albania in Belgrade following the earthquake that struck that country

“On behalf of the Republic of Serbia and all our citizens, I extend my deepest condolences to the citizens and leaders of the Republic of Albania.

The news of the tragedy that hit Albania deeply affected us.

Serbia will remain ready to provide the Albanian citizens with all the support they need,” the Prime Minister Ana Brnabic wrote in the book of mourning.

Prime Minister was welcomed by Ambassador of Albania to Serbia H.E. Ilir Bocka. 

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