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Iran, Serbia agree to launch direct flights
Director of the Public Relations Office of Iran's Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) Reza Jafarzadeh announced that Tehran and Belgrade have agreed to launch direct flights between the two countries in the near future.
Serbia expecting more Iranian tourists
Serbia is anticipating a rise in the number of tourists from Iran and China, said Serbian minister of tourism.
Envoy: Tehran-Belgrade direct flight on agenda
Iran and Serbia have reached an agreement on establishing direct flights between their capitals, announced Serbia's ambassador to Iran.
Minister: Serbia expects more tourists from China, Iran
Serbia expects more tourists from China and Iran, said the country's Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić.
Hundreds of refugees camp in open along Serbia’s EU borders
Some 300 to 400 refugees stranded along Serbia’s borders have camped out in the area amid biting wind and freezing temperatures.
Iran, Serbia agree to launch direct flight
Iran and Serbia agreed to launch direct flight along with signing an agreement on free trade and also increasing bilateral trade.
Serbia ready to have Parliamentary cooperation with Iran: Serbia speaker
President of Serbian National Assembly Maja Gojković expressed her country's readiness to have cooperation with Iranian Parliament.
Iran, Serbia agree on boosting ties
Iran-Serbia parliamentary friendship groups urged enhancing relations between the two countries.
'Nobody' wins Special Jury Award in Serbia
Iranian animated short film 'Nobody', directed by Elham Toroqi, won the Special Jury Award at Animanima International Animation Festival held in Čačak, western Serbia, from September 5 to 9.
Serbia withdraws embassy staff from Macedonia
The Serbian government has pulled its entire embassy staff from Macedonia amid claims over ‘offensive intelligence activities’ against Belgrade, in a move that is likely to strain relations between the two Balkan neighbors.
Serbia withdraws embassy staff from Macedonia
Serbia has recalled its embassy staff from Macedonia in protest at "offensive actions" coinciding with reports that Skopje was joining diplomatic efforts to secure Kosovo membership of the UN cultural agency UNESCO.
President of the National Assembly of Serbia in Tehran
President of the National Assembly of Serbia Maja Gojković Moldavian arrived in the Iranian capital on Saturday to participate in the oath-taking ceremony of President-elect Hassan Rouhani.
Serbia to sue NATO for use of depleted uranium munitions in 1999 bombing
Serbia has formed an international legal team to file a lawsuit against NATO over its alleged use of depleted uranium munitions during its three-month bombing of Yugoslavia 18 years ago.
Iran, Serbia stress expansion of cultural ties
Iranian and Serbian officials, in a meeting in Tehran on Wednesday, underlined the need to boost cultural cooperation.

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