“If video killed the radio star, then the Internet, dominated by Latin characters, may be the culprit when it comes to Cyrillic in Serbia.

Upon entering Serbia, whether at an airport, a train station, or on a highway, visitors are immediately struck by Cyrillic script in official signs.

But elsewhere, especially in an age when the Internet is becoming dominant in supplying information to many Serbs, the script is in decline.

‘All younger people are starting to use Latin because of their phones and computers, so I don’t know if there is a future for Cyrillic,’ says 14-year-old student Lazar Nikolic.” (RFE/RL)