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NEWS | 16.01.2019 22:50

Vladimir Putin in Belgrade Today

Russian President Vladimir Putin will pay a visit to Belgrade on Jan. 17, during which more than 20 agreements will be signed and political matters discussed primarily the Kosovo issue.

Putin will land at Belgrade's International Nikola Tesla Airport in the morning, where he will be welcomed by his Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vucic. Then the two presidents will lay flowers at the Cemetery of the Liberators of Belgrade. A reception for Putin will be arranged outside the Palace Serbia at 12:45 pm, to be followed by official meetings.

After a tete-a-tete meeting of the two presidents, the Serbian and Russian delegation will meet and sign agreements. In the Palace Serbia, Putin will present Vucic with the Order of Alexander Nevsky.

After 6 pm, the two presidents will visit the St. Sava Church, where a rally of support to the visit of Putin should take place.

High-level security measures will be in force during Putin's stay, while the fountain at the Slavija Square will be in the colors of the Russian and Serbian national flags.

Putin's last visit to Serbia was in 2014 and his last meeting with Vucic was in Moscow on Oct. 2, 2018.


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