Even on a regular, boring, everyday commute through Belgrade, you can’t resist the views of the urban landscapes of the city. Views completely covered in spray paint, going through the New Belgrade, had me wondering what was the intent behind yet another barely readable drawing. Right next to it – a lover’s confession on a fading fragment of an old brutalist building. Still, I couldn’t help but be captivated by the complex graffiti exhibition that covers even the most unreachable places, and the abandoned, dirty, and ruined spots that we like to pretend don’t exist. I have to say I admire some for their artistry and commitment – it promotes the undying culture of youth and rebellion, which is inspiring. Although, beyond the aesthetic allure there is a quiet whisper, often unnoticed, a dialogue that weaves through our subconscious minds.
Berlin, as the second largest city in Europe, is known for many attractions, but above all for its authentic cosmopolitan lifestyle. Also, what makes it so special is the multitude of opportunities that every day brings together a large number of tourists as well as those who would like to stay there permanently.
A new paradigm of negotiations of Kosovo and Serbia is necessary: an essential change in the approach which so far has had everybody’s principal support, but nobody’s genuine support It is not known when negotiations between Serbia and Kosovo will continue at an intense level, but this will certainly happen in dramatically different circumstances compared… View Article
The fifteenth hearing for the kidnapping in Štrpci is scheduled for today (March 2 2020) before the Higher Court, War Crimes Department. Gojko Lukić, Ljubiša Vasiljević, Duško Vasiljević and Dragana Đekić, members of the Avengers, a unit under command of Milan Lukić, and Jovan Lipovac, member of the First Troop, First Battalion of the Višegrad Brigade of the Republic of Srpska Army are on trial before the War Crime Department of the Higher Court in Belgrade for the crime in Štrpci.
In a few days, the 27th anniversary of the abduction at the Štrpci railway station will be marked. This is the railway station at which the express train no. 671 would not normally make a stop. On February 27 1993, members of the paramilitary group Avengers abducted 20 passengers from the Belgrade-Bar train. Among the abducted, there were 18 Bosniaks, one Croat and one person of unknown origin and of darker skin tone.