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Serbia starts to clean up garbage-filled lake
Two barges sailed up and down a vast stretch of floating trash on the Potpecko artificial lake in Serbia, collecting tons of garbage that almost clogged the dam that crosses it.
Iran, Serbia seeking to improve agricultural ties
Iranian Ambassador to Serbia Rashid Hassanpour in a meeting on Thursday with Serbian Agriculture Minister Branislav Nedimovic discussed existing potentials in the two countries to boost mutual cooperation.
US withdrawal from JCPOA eliminated all its positive effects: Serbian speaker
President of Serbian National Assembly Ivica Dacic said the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement eliminated all its positive effects and replaced them with a crisis.
Montenegro, Serbia expel each other's ambassadors
Montenegro and Serbia expelled each other's ambassadors, both countries' foreign ministries said, in a move likely further to strain already tense relations between two former Yugoslav republics.
Iran, Serbia vow to broaden trade cooperation
Iranian Ambassador to Serbia Hassan Rashidpour and Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Tatjana Matic in a meeting in Belgrade stressed the need for the expansion of mutual cooperation in all areas.
Virtual panel on Iran-Serbia coproduction held
The first virtual panel on the Iran-Serbia cinematic coproduction was held with Miroljub Vuckovic and Mirko Bojovic from Serbia and Ali Mosaffa and Ra’ed Faridzadeh from Iran.
EU warns Serbia over Al-Quds embassy move
The EU voiced “serious concern and regret” on Monday over Belgrade’s commitment to move its embassy in Israel to Al-Quds (Jerusalem), casting a shadow over the resumption of Serbia-Kosovo talks.
Palestine ‘victim of Trump electoral ambitions’: PLO official
Palestinians slammed decisions’ by Serbia to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Al-Quds and Kosovo to recognize Israel, suggesting they were more to bolster US President Donald Trump's reelection prospects in two months while victimizing Palestine.
Iran, Serbia hold talks to develop trade ties
The head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO), Hamid Zadboum, and Serbian Ambassador to Tehran Dragan Todorovic exchanged views on the problem of money transfers in bilateral trade, efforts to reestablish direct flights from Tehran to Belgrade, and also issues relating to agriculture and tourism.
Serbia police detain 71 after 4th night of protests
Serbian police have detained 71 people after clashes during the fourth night of anti-government protests that were initially sparked by the announcement of a new coronavirus lockdown, a senior police official said Saturday.
Serbian president to visit Iran
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will pay a visit to Iran after the normalization of situation caused by the coronavirus outbreak, Iran’s envoy to Belgrade said.
Serbia interested in developing economic ties with Iran
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said that his country is eager to promote relations with Iran, especially in trade and economic fields, IRNA reported.
Serbia ready to help Iran in its fight against coronavirus
President of the National Assembly of Serbia Maja Gojkovic said Serbia is ready to support Iran in its fight against the coronavirus outbreak, expressing confidence that Iran would successfully overcome the crisis.
Djokovic leads Serbia to ATP Cup glory
Novak Djokovic helped seal victory for Serbia in the inaugural ATP Cup team event after defeating his long-term Spanish rival Rafael Nadal in singles on Sunday before going on to play a pivotal role in the deciding doubles match.
Iran’s short film, ‘The Other,’ to vie in Serbia
Iranian short, ‘The Other,’ directed by Saman Hosseinpour and Ako Zandkarimi, is slated to compete in the 13th International Film and Music Festival Küstendorf in Serbia, slated for January 13-18.

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