Man celebrated birth of granddaughter in the middle of a town street in Krusevac, town in central Serbia, a photo published on Facebook has revealed.
Town official Bratislav Ilcic has brought out a table in the middle of the street during a private celebration, blocking traffic. The police has announced pressing charges, after Ilcic refused to allow police officers to “disrupt” his party.
Ilcic was celebrating birth of his granddaughter in the restaurant “Potkovica” in Rasinskog udarnog bataljona street and on took the restaurant tables out in the street during the celebration.
Krusevac Mayor Bratislav Gasic condemned the behavior of the town official, and said that he will insist on the debate whether Ilcic should still remain on his position.
In the valley of Ujeva river near Bor, town in the east of Serbia, geologists have found a new copper ore deposit, after drilling at the record depth.
The geologists are on the verge of discovering the biggest copper deposit near Bor, after using the modern exploration methods at great depths. The experts discovered this data by using the latest in exploration drills in which in the last two years five million euros were invested in the Bor mine.
The drill on which they are currently working on, will go two kilometers below the ground, which will beat the previous record of 1.650 meters.
Special department of Higher Court in Belgrade set today a 12 million euros bail for owner of Delta Holding Miroslav Miskovic, who is charged of embezzlement and tax evasion.
“After providing evidence to the Court that the bail has been deposited, the accused will be released from detention”, the Higher Court said.
This is the highest ever set bail amount in Serbian judiciary history, 12 times higher than the previous record holder, former president of Football Association of Serbia Zvezdan Terzic who deposited one million euros.
Macedonian political party VMRO has asked from the government in FYROM to intensify its efforts in shedding light upon the cemeteries of the victims caused by the Serb military, but on the other hand, this party praises the construction of the gigantic memorial in Zajaz for the Albanians killed in 1913 by the Serb government.
According to this party which is led by Lubco Georgievsky, former Prime Minister in FYROM from 1998 until 2002, Macedonians in the country demand for light to be shed on the Serb crimes during the Balkan wars. People’s VMRO says that during this war, crimes and massacres against the population have been perpetrated.
“We praise the construction of the memorial in Zajaz for the Albanians killed in 1913. We are terrified by the testimonies of such crime, where fighters who protected civilians and innocent people, died”, say sources from this party.
People’s VMRO also stresses that this also confirms the existence of Macedonian and Albanian massive cemeteries which have been victims of the Serb terror after the Second World War.
This party says that it’s astonished as to why the government and other relevant institutions have done nothing to clarify the events of the Balkan wars and the First World War.
President of the UN General Assembly Vuk Jeremic said that he intends to return to Belgrade and be an independent MP after his mandate in the global organisation expires.
In an interview for the Russian news agency RIA Novosti, Jeremic said that he would return to Belgrade in October so as to be a representative in the parliament of Serbian citizens who appointed him, and added that he has no intention of joining any party for now.
He said that he is an independent MP and added that he is satisfied by the independence for now.
Instead of collecting a 300.000 RSD (around 2800EUR) debt from families who did not pay their electricity and phone bills due to poor financial state, private debt collector Marko Vukicevic from Belgrade did something incredible – he took on their debt himself.
“It all began when, after our call due to debt maturity, a woman came into our office and nearly had a stroke. She managed to explain to us that she and her family are having tough times. Neither her husband nor her children were employed, and on that day their refrigerator stopped working. She was desperate. That’s when I decided to take on part of her debt – said Vukicevic to Belgrade daily Blic.
He is hoping that this gesture will not remain the only one, and that colleagues will follow his example.
During a football tournament in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, goalkeeper of one of the teams “complained about head injury, thinking it was a consequence of hitting his head on the goalpost”.
However, after examination after the game, it was determined that the 51-year-old Dusko Krtalica was hit with a bullet in the back of his head. After the bullet, which was most likely fired as a sign of celebration at one of the weddings nearby hit Krtalica, he continued to defend his goal like nothing had happened.
He took only one goal at the match, but after the game was over he noticed that his hand was getting stiff, and that he has troubles speaking. Upon arrival at the hospital, the doctors were shocked – at the x-ray image of his head, they could clearly see a bullet inside.
The (un)fortunate goalkeeper was immediately hospitalized and is currently in stable condition.
Belgrade and Pristina have exchanged liaison officers after Dejan Pavicevic began his duty in the EU office in Pristina, and Ljuljzim Peci his in EU Mission in Belgrade.
This officially marked the exchange of liaison officers, which was one of results of negotiations of Prime Ministers Ivica Dacic and Kosovo Prime Ministers Hashim Thaci.
“Wherever my people needs me to do something, I will answer every such call, and I will go everywhere where it’s necessary”, said Pavicevic.
Ljuljzim Peci talked to the press upon starting his duty, wishing them “good afternoon” in Serbian, Albanian, and English, and then continued his speech in Serbian.
“This is very significant day for normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia. I expect open and good cooperation with Serbian state institutions and I am here to give my contribution to normalization of relations between our two countries”, said Peci.
Police in Nis, town in the south of Serbia, has detained 16 foreigners without travel documents.
In the group, which was discovered this morning around 5AM, there were six Afghanistan citizens, three people from Burkina Faso, two from Mali and one person from Syria, Pakistan, Ghana, Nigeria and Gambia.
The illegal immigrants entered Serbia from Macedonia, the police reported.
Serbia is a transit country for people, seeking asylum in the European Union. Some of them request asylum even after having crossed the Serbian border. This allows them to be housed in one of the centres for asylum seekers where they are provided with shelter, food and cloths.
However, many leave the centres without waiting for their asylum requests to be processed after having made contact with people smugglers who promise them safe transfers over Croatian or Hungarian border.
Serbian police has been attempting to identify as many people smugglers as possible aiming to stem their highly profitable illegal business