Share This: During the seven-day visit to Russia, delegation from the College of Applied Health Sciences Ćuprija headed by director PhD Christos Alexopoulos and the Association of Nurses, Technicians and Midwives of Serbia visited the Clinical Centre of the First … Continue reading
Share This: A large volunteer action was organized in the Russian necropolis in Belgrade to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and 180 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Russia.
Share This: Relations between the UK and Russia a few months ago probably fell to the lowest point since the end of the Cold War.
Share This: The glorious Victory Day celebration in Moscow was adequately marked at the Russian Embassy with a celebration of the victory over the world’s greatest evil, Nazism, with the presence of numerous esteemed guests and dignitaries from the economic, … Continue reading
Share This: By Žikica Milošević By rewinding all the way to the year 1991, it is amazing to see how the West has managed to create enemies instead of friends out of many global and regional powers, including Iran, Turkey, … Continue reading
Share This: Members of the Russian Embassy celebrated the Fatherland Defenders’ Day by laying wreaths at the memorial of Russian soldiers, defenders of Belgrade in 1914 and 1915.
Share This: Sberbank is the only Russian brand among the top 25 most valuable banking brands in the world according to the annual Brand Finance rating.
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević After the latest set of sanctions was imposed against Russia by the U.S., many in the EU, and not only businesspeople, became allergic and itchy. Sometimes too much is just too much, and after this … Continue reading
Share This: The Youth Chamber Orchestra TURKSOY will have a concert in Belgrade on Wednesday, August 2nd at 8 pm at Madlenianum in Zemun. The Youth Chamber Orchestra TURKSOY is consisted of young talented musicians from Turkey, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kirghizstan, … Continue reading
Share This: The prime minister Ana Brnabic caused a furore by apparently suggesting that if forced to choose, Serbia would opt for the EU over Russia