LIEGE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic has arrived in Liege, eastern Belgium, on Monday, where he is now attending the central event commemorating 100 years since the start of World War I on the Western front.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic presented on Thursday the officers of the 57th class of the National Defence School General Staff professional improvement course with officer sabers and said that Serbian officers on peace missions were ambassadors and the most eloquent testimony of Serbia and its dedication to peace and security in the world.
OBRENOVAC - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and ambassadors of nine African countries visited Obrenovac and Kraljevo on Thursday and donated humanitarian aid to the population affected by the recent flooding.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic opened on Monday the Mammoth Park, part of the Viminacium archeological park near Kostolac, underlining that the site provides an unusual and modern way for young people to learn about ancient history.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic has thanked European Commission (EC) President Jose Manuel Barroso for the support for Serbia on its path towards the EU, adding that Barroso has come to visit "Serbia, the next member state of the EU."
KRUSEVAC - The marking of Vidovdan or St Vitus' Day, a religious and national holiday, began on Saturday morning in Krusevac, where Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic laid a wreath at the Memorial to Kosovo Heroes.
GRACANICA - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said at the Monastery of Gracanica on Saturday that Serbia should pursue a prudent policy in Kosovo-Metohija, and underscored that anyone who deems that the future could be built by making war is seriously mistaken.
BAJINA BASTA - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic delivered humanitarian aid to the municipality of Bajina Basta and visited the local population in Rogacica and Gvozdica which suffered most severe damages due to floods and landslides.