Aleksandar Vučić

President of Serbia

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Aleksandar Vučić: President of Serbia
Aleksandar Vučić is a Serbian politician who is currently serving as the President of Serbia since 2017. After leaving the ultranationalist Serbian Radical Party in 2008, he became one of the founders of the populist conservative Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and he has been the party's president since 2012.


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Kosovo, Serbia normalize economic ties, gesture to Israel

kosovo, serbia normalize economic ties, gesture to israel
WASHINGTON (AP) — Serbia and Kosovo announced Friday that they have normalized economic ties as part of U.S.-brokered discussions that also include Belgrade moving its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem..
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Serbian President to fulfil his hoop dreams

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BELGRADE: Aleksandar Vucic has enrolled in a to fulfil what he called his boyhood dream of becoming a coach. "For the second time in my life I became a student... in a wish to become a basketball coach..
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Sunday election in Poland a test for president and populism

sunday election in poland a test for president and populism
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s right-wing president, Andrzej Duda, is fighting for a second term in an election Sunday that will test whether he was helped by a campaign that depicted LGBT rights..
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Serbia Holds Parliamentary and Local Elections

serbia holds parliamentary and local elections
Serbia is holding parliamentary and local elections Sunday expected to consolidate President Aleksandar Vucic’s ruling Serbian Progressive Party’s power. The opposition is partially boycotting the..
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Serbia ready to sacrifice EU membership over Kosovo deal

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday he would reject European Union membership if Belgrade does not receive concessions in return for recognising Kosovo and dropping attempts to stop it..
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Serbia to keep balancing West, Russia and China, president says

Belgrade wants to keep balancing its ties with the West, China and Russia as it seeks to join the European Union and reach a settlement with Kosovo, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday ahead of..
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Serbia to end state of emergency as coronavirus infections slow

Serbia will end its state of emergency over the coronavirus next week, as the rate of infections has slowed sufficiently, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday.
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To Belgrade and beyond: Beijing exports China model of virus management

Last month, six Chinese medical professionals stepped off an Air Serbia jet in Belgrade to a red-carpet welcome from President Aleksandar Vucic and an array of cabinet ministers. After elbow-bump..
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Serbia imposes night curfew, orders elderly indoors

Serbia will ban people older than 70 from leaving their homes at any time and impose a night curfew on almost everyone else in a bid to halt the spread of coronavirus, President Aleksandar Vucic said,..
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Serbia launches state of emergency to counter coronavirus

Serbia has introduced a state of emergency to halt the spread of coronavirus, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday after meeting top government and health officials in Belgrade.
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Serbia's president calls general election for April 26

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Wednesday called a general election for April 26, a vote seen as important for his Serbian Progressive Party to cement its hold on power.
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Serbia should accept EU expansion reforms, president says

Serbia should accept the European Union's proposed changes to the way it admits new countries, which could smooth the path toward membership for Balkan countries, President Aleksandar Vucic said on..
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Belgrade seeking even closer ties with Athens

belgrade seeking even closer ties with athens
In an interview with Kathimerini, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic has highlighted the need for Athens and Belgrade to further strengthen their economic and political ties and watch each...
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‘Americans sit in Army HQ, so what?’ Serbia shrugs off ‘RUSSIAN SPY’ video scandal ahead ...

‘americans sit in army hq, so what?’ serbia shrugs off ‘russian spy’ video scandal ahead ...
The government in Belgrade said it would not change its policy towards Moscow after a video of a suspected “Russian spy” emerged online. Serbians were quick to point out their country has been..
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Serbia's president accuses Russia of spying

Serbian intelligence agencies have uncovered a wide-ranging intelligence operation involving Russian spies and members of the Serbian military, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday.
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Kremlin confident in Serbia relations despite video of spy cash exchange

The Kremlin said it was confident nothing could harm relations between Russia and Serbia, despite Serbian President Alexander Vucic opening an investigation into a video purportedly showing a Russian..
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Serbia probes video purportedly showing Russian spy handing cash to Serbian agent

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic ordered an investigation on Wednesday into a video clip that purportedly shows a Russian intelligence officer handing over money to a Serbian man, in an incident that..
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Serbia’s president released from hospital

serbia’s president released from hospital
Serbia’s president has been released from the hospital where he was treated for cardiovascular problems over the weekend. State TV broadcaster RTS quoted officials as saying Aleksandar Vucic is..
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Serbia's Vucic admitted to hospital with heart problems

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has been admitted to a hospital after experiencing heart problems, his office said on Saturday.
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Serbia's opposition protest at state TV studios, forcing president to use side door

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic had to use a side entrance to access the state television building on Tuesday evening after around 200 angry opposition supporters blocked the main door in a protest..
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