Belgrade – ideal place for world’s millionaires

BELGRADE – The residential and commercial property consultancy Knight Frank has put Belgrade on the list of locations with a potentially bright future that could become an ideal place for the world’s millionaires. In its Wealth Report 2015, besides Belgrade, the consultancy lists Panama City, Addis Ababa and Yangon as the cities with rising millionaire … Read more

Today Marks 100 Years Since Heroic Defense Of Belgrade In WWI

The First World War began on 28 July 1914 when Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Most of the subsequent Balkan offensives occurred near Belgrade. Austro-Hungarian monitors started shelling of Belgrade on 29 July 1914. After a prolonged battle which destroyed much of the city, between 6 and 9 October 1915, Belgrade fell to German and … Read more

Serbia Sold 282 Modernized T-55 Tanks To Pakistan – Report

BELGRADE – The Ministry of Defence of Serbia sold 282 T-55 tanks to Pakistan Army, which were from the arsenal marked as obsolete equipment, Serbian Daily ‘Blic’ reported. The deal was agreed at the Arms Fair in Belgrade, and the contract of purchase, worth tens of millions of dollars, will be signed next week. A … Read more

Freemasons Gathering In Belgrade

BELGRADE – After recently held Trilateral commission meeting in Belgrade, Regular Grand Lodge of Serbia is set to host European Grand Masters’ conference in our capital. Along with European Masonic seniority coming to Belgrade in June this year- attendance is also expected from Grand Masters of North America, Latin America, Asia and Australia. Thus, thanks … Read more

Dobrica Cosic buried in Belgrade

In the family tomb at Novo Groblje (New Cemetery) in Belgrade, a writer, academic and politician, Dobrica Cosic, was buried. Dobrica Cosic died in his home in Belgrade on May 18, at age of 93. Funeral service was served by Irinej, Bishop of Backa. The service was attended by more than 1,000 citizens. The funeral … Read more