The ceremonial academy on the occasion of the Day of Victory over Fascism was held on May 9 at the National Theatre in Belgrade. The gathering was attended by the entire state leadership, and the celebration of victory over fascism was marked by reciting songs authored by an interwar fascist movement and organization led by politician Dimitrije Ljotić.
Europe’s automobile manufacturers will be receiving their tires from Zrenjanin via the new Silk Road. Meanwhile, the Republic of Serbia will pay for its place in the Chinese “Belt and Road” initiative by providing subsidies, natural resources and by adjusting its legislation to the needs of corporations.
The Confederation of Autonomous Trade Unions of Belgrade opposes the privatization of the Pharmacy “Belgrade”. The trade union believes that this pharmacy institution, whose founder is the city of Belgrade, must remain a part of the public health system and a guarantee of adequate supply of medicines to the citizens.
While the Serbian Government continues to postpone its opening, lavishly financing the construction of the Pranjani Memorial Complex (near Gornji Milanovac) – dedicated to “the greatest rescue of allies” and “the Serbian-American friendship” during the Second World War – there’s just enough time to ask where lies the truth.