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Europe · Belgrade

China makes semi-secret delivery of missiles to Serbia

46% Center coverage: 33 sources
China has delivered anti-aircraft missile systems to Serbia as part of a contract the European nation signed with China. The delivery was for a battery of FK-3 medium-range, road-mobile, surface-to-air missiles. Serbia signed for the missiles in 2020 under a contract that also included the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation-made CH-92 armed drone.See the Story
Europe · Belgrade

Serbia shows off new Chinese missiles in display of military power

54% Center coverage: 26 sources
Serbia on Saturday publicly displayed a recently delivered Chinese anti-aircraft missile system. The sophisticated HQ-22 surface-to-air system was delivered last month by a dozen Chinese Air Force Y-20 transport planes. It was believed to be the largest-ever airlift delivery of Chinese arms to Europe. Serbia is the first operator of the Chinese missiles in Europe.See the Story
Europe · Belgrade

Serbia’s capital Belgrade paralyzed by numerous bomb threats

72% Center coverage: 18 sources
Police say no explosive devices were found after different searches. It was not immediately clear who was behind the purported emailed threats. Nearly 100 elementary schools were evacuated after the threats. Serbian tabloids said all the threats came from abroad as a sign of pressure for Serbia's refusal to introduce sanctions against Russia.See the Story
Europe · Belgrade

Serbia to reduce number of flights to Moscow after criticism

55% Center coverage: 11 sources
Serbia's national carrier is busting a European Union-wide ban on flights to Russia and profiting from the war in Ukraine. Since the Russian invasion started over two weeks ago, AirSerbia has doubled the number of flights to the Russian capital. Beside some Turkish carriers, Serbia's airline is the only European company that has kept on flying to Russia.See the Story
Europe · Belgrade

In Serbia, pro-Russia is seen as the winning election stance

60% Center coverage: 10 sources
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is expected to win another five-year term. His right-wing Serbian Progressive Party is also expected to dominate the country's parliament. Opposition party officials say Russia’s war in Ukraine has only strengthened his dominance. Serbia has rejected calls from the European Union and the United States to join in sanctions against Moscow.See the Story
Europe · Belgrade

Serbs stage pro-Russia marches amid V-Day ceremonies

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Pro-Russia marches staged in Serbia and the Serb-run entity in Bosnia. Serbia organized military jet flyovers and officials laid wreaths as part of the celebrations. Pro-Russian sentiment and support for the invasion remain high in Serbia. Bosnian Serbs have fostered close relations with Putin.See the Story
Vladimir Putin · Belgrade

Pro-Russia Serbs protest in Belgrade to support Russia and against NATO

80% Right coverage: 5 sources
Throngs of people joined the march from the city center to the nearby Russian embassy. They fired signal flares, played Russian and Serbian anthems and hailed the two countries as brotherly nations. In recent weeks Belgrade voted three times for United Nations resolutions that condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine.See the Story
Belgrade · Belgrade

EU's Michel says will support Serbia's speedier accession to EU

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
European Council President Charles Michel said the EU would support a speedier accession of Serbia into the wealthy bloc. Michel said he would help the Balkan country dependent on Russian gas and oil to diversify its energy supplies. Serbia is performing a delicate balancing act between its European aspirations, partnership with NATO and its centuries-old alliance with Russia.See the Story
Europe · City of Belgrade

Belgrade sold land in Yuri Gagarin to Chinese firm, small shopping mall

The publicly owned land of the City of Belgrade in the continuation of Jurija Gagarin Street was sold for 821.2 million dinars at a public tender, which was held yesterday in the Directorate for Construction Land and Construction of Belgrade, said Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesic, according to Beoinfo.See the Story

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