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Twenty Years Since the Bombing of Serbia

Serbia Has 500 Tons Of Gold In Existing And Potential Deposits

According to the latest estimates of the...

EBRD Lends €21.4 Million To Serbia’s Metalfer For Greener Steel Production

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development...

Slovakia Donates 320,000 COVID-19 Vaccines To Serbia

A donation of Pfizer vaccines against COVID-19...

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hosted Traditional New Year’s Reception For Diplomatic Community

Serbia's diplomatic activities in the coming period...

Spectatular Mileston In First Boeing 767 Conversion In Europe Marked At Ceremony In JAT Tehnika

Avia Prime Group, one of the leading organizations for aircraft maintenance in Europe, consisting of three eminent companies including...

Ministry Of Mining And Energy And USAID Forge Energy Partnership

The Ministry of Mining and Energy (MoME) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) signed a Memorandum...

Donation Agreement Signed For The Fourth Section Of Trans-Balkan Corridor

The Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović, the Minister for European Integration Tanja Miščević, the director of Elektromreža...

Serbia Celebrates The Chinese New Year

With the warm wishes of Chinese Ambassador H.E. Chen Bo and Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabić to strengthen...

Serbia Has 500 Tons Of Gold In Existing And Potential Deposits

According to the latest estimates of the Geological Survey of Serbia (GZS), which were made in 2000, Serbia has...

The 20th anniversary of the launch of the one-sided U.S. and NATO war against Yugoslavia on 24th March, which saw bombing nationwide across Serbia and Montenegro for 78 straight days.

Factories, schools and hospitals were destroyed, along with bridges, roads and the electricity grid in a bid to bomb the Serbian population into submitting to U.S. and Western European allies.

The airstrikes killed around 2,500 people and wounded another 12,500, according to Serbian estimates.

One NATO airstrike used laser-guided missiles to take out a railway bridge in southern Serbia, killing at least 10 people on a train. Another slaughtered 21 in a nursing home, while the strike on broadcaster RTS in Belgrade took the lives of 16 civilian workers…

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