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In this Aug. 21, 2018, file photo, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, left, reviews an honor guard on the tarmac at Batajnica, military airport near Belgrade, Serbia.
Serbia considers buying Chinese missiles despite US warning
Serbia is considering buying a modern Chinese air defense missile system, the Serbian president said Tuesday, as the United States warned that such deals with Beijing could jeopardize the Balkan country’s proclaimed European Union membership goals.
Serbia takes delivery of 2 Russian fighter jets
Serbia’s air force on Tuesday took the delivery of two Russian MiG-29 fighter jets, part of an arms purchase that could heighten tensions in the Balkans and increase Moscow’s influence in the region.
Serbia blasts top NATO general over Russia
Serbia’s defense minister blasted NATO’s top general on Monday for saying that one of the biggest threats for Europe is increasing Russian influence in the Balkans.
Turkey's Erdogan says arrested US consulate staffer is a spy
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday branded a U.S. consulate staffer who was arrested by Turkish authorities a spy and said it was Turkey’s rights to take steps against “an internal threat,” in the latest swipe in an escalating feud with the United States.
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