Serbia is an independent European state that was part of the former Yugoslavia. Its capital is Belgrade. It is an upper-middle-income economy. In the 1990s, Serbia went through a phase of political disorder, including the Kosovo War.
The president of Serbia has announced what is likely the world’s first cash-for-jabs plan, offering to pay any citizen who gets a Covid vaccine before the end of May some 3,000 dinars ($30) in an attempt to boost uptake.
Two-time Junior World Champion and two-time Junior European Champion Nadja Milijancevic is a rising talent from Serbia who flattened her last opponent – and her next encounter will be in her new discipline of bare knuckle boxing.
There is an “aversion” towards Novak Djokovic among some sections of the media because the Serb disrupted the dominance of fan favorites Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, according to countryman Viktor Troicki.
The world's top-ranked men's tennis player, Novak Djokovic, is unwilling to say if he will consider taking the Covid-19 vaccine jab, with the Serb saying that "liberty and freedom of choice" must come first.
Why are some genocides incessantly remembered while others are tossed to the trash heap of history? In ‘Forgotten Genocides: The Sin of Silence’, airing April 23, RT America asks these questions and more.
Production of Sputnik V, the world’s first registered vaccine against Covid-19, has started in Serbia, the Russian developers of the jab have announced. Italy, India and Iran are expected to follow suit in the coming months.