“Turkish presidency spokesman Ibrahim Kalin says Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will visit Turkey on Monday.

Tanjug reported this on Friday citing the agency Fena. B92.net was able to confirm the news later in the day.

Vucic will travel to Turkey together with Bosnian Presidency member Bakir Izetbegovic, to attend a meeting organized by the Turkish president.” (B92)


“A far-right leader and convicted war criminal was stopped from holding a controversial rally in Serbia on Sunday.

Police roadblocks prevented Vojislav Seselj, leader of the ultra-nationalist Serbian Radical Party, from getting to Hrtkovci.

Seselj had wanted hold a gathering in the village to mark the anniversary of a 1992 speech he made there that United Nations war crimes judges identified as a crime against humanity for instigating deportation and persecution.

Authorities had banned the rally, believing it would have unnerved the remaining Croat minority in the Hrtkovci.

Most of the Croat population left the village during the conflicts of the 1990s.” (EuroNews)


“The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, will meet the head of the Russian state, Vladimir Putin, in Moscow on May 8 and  will attend a traditional military parade on Red Square on the occasion of the victory over fascism in World War II.

The meeting of the two officials will take place just one day after the inauguration of President Putin, and it is expected that the main topics of the discussion will be security in the region, economic, military and cooperation in the energy sector.

At a meeting with the first man of the Russian Federation, another for the last four months, Vucic is leaving at a moment when Serbia is under great pressure to solve the Kosovo Node as soon as possible, and by the ‘recipe’ from the famous American package: we will get the ZSO if we do not block the membership of a false countries in the UN.” (translated from Vecernje Novosti)