The Serbian Interior Ministry bans public gatherings by Serbian followers of the Chinese religious group Falun Gong
Serbia is raising security measures to the highest level ahead of Friday’s ‘historic’ arrival of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
More than 5,000 police officers, members of the security services and the army are on standby to secure Chinese President Xi Jinping’s stay during his visit to Serbia from June 17 to 19.
The security measures will be raised to the highest possible level, the so-called first stage, which was also the case when Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel visited.
During the main hearing at the High court in Belgrade in the case against the ex-spokesperson for MIA’s anti-terrorist unit Radomir Pocuca he said the he did not commit the criminal act he is being charged with.
The prosecutor’s office for high-tech crime has filed criminal charges against Pocuca for threats issued over the Facebook social network to Women in Black.
By the direct application of ratified international convention on human rights, City municipality Zemun, has stopped the forced evictions of informal Roma settlement Grmeč until securing a durable housing solution for the inhabitants of this settlement.
Expert Consultation with Mónica Pinto, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers
This consultation was an opportunity for legal professionals to provide the Special Rapporteur with information about the threats and risk faced by lawyers in Eastern Europe, North Caucasus and Central Asia.