Serbia sends seven planes to Greece
BELGRADE -- Seven aircraft from Serbia's agricultural aviation fleet are on their way to Greece, to help battle catastrophic fires there.
Agricultural Aviation of Serbia Director Slobodan Mišković told Tanjug Tuesday that the planes have already reached Greece, which is facing the fifth day of wildfires that have so far killed 63 people.
Earlier, top officials pledged any assistance Serbia was capable of offering to help alleviate the dramatic situation in Greece.
President Boris Tadić yesterday instructed Serbian Army (VS) Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Zdravko Ponoš to put specialized units on alert in case they are needed to assist the Greek Army battling fires and clearing out the debris.
utorak 28.08.2007 | 23:13 | Source: B92 | Comments: (0) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The concession contract for the planned construction and maintenance of the Horgoš-Požega highway has been made public today.
utorak 28.08.2007 | 15:12 | Source: Beta, AFP | Comments: (43) | Send comment
THE HAGUE, BELGRADE -- Dutch Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen said Tuesday dividing up Kosovo would be an acceptable solution.
utorak 28.08.2007 | 14:52 | Source: B92, Beta | Comments: (6) | Send comment
BELGRADE, VIENNA -- A team of Balkans experts from the Contact Group will meet in Vienna on August 29.
utorak 28.08.2007 | 11:51 | Source: B92 | Comments: (37) | Send comment
LJUBLJANA -- Martti Ahtisaari says he is pessimistic regarding the new round of negotiations between Priština and Belgrade.
utorak 28.08.2007 | 09:55 | Source: Beta | Comments: (0) | Send comment
NOVI SAD -- A Democratic Party (DS) spokeswoman says Serbia's democratic bloc needs to unite in the next presidential elections.