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Day Of Serbian Diplomacy Marked

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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic once again called on all citizens of Serbia to respect the measures put in place by the state in the fight against coronavirus, warning that the next two weeks are the time when our society fails or wins in that fight

Brnabic said in disobeying these measures and at the same time applauding doctors every evening (daily at 20.00) is a culmination of selfishness and hypocrisy.

This is a time when every individual needs to work for the whole community, and every time when one breaks measures is prolonging the time for our parents, grandparents, to sit at home in isolation. “Once again, I urge that the measures be respected, please, if not for your sake, then for the sake of solidarity with doctors, medical professionals, the elderly and chronic patients,” said Prime Minister.

According to the Prime Minister, if we all respected the restrictive measures and went out only when we had to, in two weeks we would have a different situation in which the government could possibly ease the measures.

She said she is proud of the Infectious Clinic in Belgrade, pointing out that there are cases where health systems of rich and large countries lost control in the fifth week of the epidemic.

Day Of Serbian Diplomacy Marked

On the Day of Diplomacy, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić presented tennis player Novak Djoković with an award for exceptional personal engagement and...

Austria Donates Funds To Serbia To Fight COVID-19

Austrian Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs Alexander Schallenberg and EU and Constitution Minister Karoline Edtstadler attended the handover of aid from...

Air Serbia To Increase The Number Of Flights In June

The national airline of Serbia, Air Serbia, due to increased demand, will increase the number of flights on certain routes to which it is...

Audience-attended Outdoor Sporting Events To Start On 1 June

The crisis response team for fighting COVID-19 made new decisions today in accordance with the current epidemiological situation in Serbia From 1 June, all citizens...

Slovakia Supports Serbia’s Fight Against COVID-19

The newly appointed ambassador of the Slovak Republic in Belgrade, Fedor Rosocha, handed over a check in the amount of 10,000 euros to the...