• Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

    Branko Pujic, Core IT Development Manager at Telenor Serbia, shares how implementing Ericsson Charging and Billing in One has enabled it to provide digital services by adding needed flexibility.

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • Tackling Unemployment in the Western Balkans

    Unemployment is an ongoing challenge in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia – the six countries of the Western Balkans. A new jobs data portal will help policymakers in the region learn more about the driver of unemployment and help them design actions to tackle this issue. Learn more: http://www.seejobsgateway.net/

    published: 05 Apr 2017
  • The Death of Yugoslavia 1990's! BBC Complete Documentary

    A Documentary detailing all the events that lead to the death of the Yugoslavian state in the 1990's. One of the most impressive documentary ever made. You live the facts that happened with the breakup of Yugoslavia as if you were there. The war in Croatia, Bosnia and the siege of Sarajevo are presented in a way that perhaps only BBC can do. A masterpiece. The breakup of Yugoslavia occurred as a result of a series of political upheavals and conflicts during the early 1990s. After a period of political crisis in 1980s, constituent republics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia split apart, but the unsolved issues caused bitter inter-ethnic Yugoslav wars. The wars primarily affected Bosnia and Croatia. After the allies victory in World War II, Yugoslavia was set up as a federat...

    published: 15 Jun 2016
  • Serbia sees EU opportunity in refugee crisis

    While the European Union struggles to deal with arriving refugees, Serbia is seeing the crisis as in some ways an opportunity. The government feels that by welcoming refugees, Serbia is proving it deserves to join the EU. Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Belgrade. - Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 04 Feb 2016
  • Serbia's disabled people struggle to find jobs 1

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • Montenegro : How To Apply

    Easy Way To Apply For Montenegro Visa Online You Can Move Another Europe Countries I hope This Video Will Helpful For You ,,,,,,,,,If You Want More Videos About Android Free Tips And Tricks Click On This Link https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcuLK-eQeI1YkZnMagFraJFbE41TM72vC If You Want More Videos Which I Upload You Can Subscribe My Channel By Click On This Link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCADCI5aVQethuKNMw-hP2Tw If You Want See My Blog You Can Click On This You Can Find Solution Of Your Problem By Click On This Link http://computersikho8.blogspot.com/ And You Can Contact On My Whats App For Any Query Regarding Mobile,Computer,Laptop,Technology And Jobs For Free And I Will Give You Best Solution Insh Allah Thanx For Watching

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • SERBIA: ETHNIC ALBANIAN DEMONSTRATORS CONFRONTED BY RIOT POLICE

    Natural Sound About 20-thousand ethnic Albanians confronted heavily armed Serbian riot police trying to block their protest against Serb repression on the streets of Kosovo's capital, Pristina, on Wednesday. The demonstrators were mostly young students demanding the right to Albanian-language education at Pristina University. Instruction at the university is now in Serbo-Croatian and the curriculum is set by Serbians. Wednesday's demonstration was the first large-scale protest in Kosovo since Serbia stripped the province of its autonomy in 1989. The protesters - mostly young students - were demanding the right to Albanian-language education at Pristina University, where instruction is in Serbo-Croatian and the curriculum is set by Serbians. Student leaders vowed to press...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Serbia: Kosovan opposition protest against deal with Serbia and Montenegro

    Supporters of Kosovo's opposition held a rally in Pristina, Saturday, calling on the government to resign, saying it has broken the country's constitution in its deals with neighbouring Serbia and Montenegro. SOT, Ramush Haradinaj, Opposition leader (Albanian): "Kosovo has two dangers: The interference of neighbours and this Government. The government is a danger because they destroyed an entire economy and jobs with corruption. The government is dangerous because of a lack of implementation of law and order over the entire country including the North, rather it jeopardises the development of a legal state." Video ID: 20160514 025 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.l...

    published: 14 May 2016
  • Serb tanks seen from Kosovo-Serb border

    SHOTLIST Merdare 1. Wide of border crossing with Serbia and Kosovo 2. Signs on side of road reading 'Merdare' and 'STOP' 3. NATO armoured vehicle in front of the entry toward the Serb side of the border 4. NATO soldier looking toward Serbia proper with binoculars 5. Wide of Serbian military tanks on the Serbian side of the border 6. Kosovo border police officer with binoculars watching Serb tanks on the other side of the border 7. Close up of Kosovo border police officer 8. Wide of the Serbian military tanks on the Serb side of the border 9. NATO soldier 10. NATO soldier looking towards Serbian side of border 11. Wide of border crossing with Serbia Caglavica 12. Wide of Kosovo Serb media centre 13. Sign on building 14. Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Hajredin Kuci arriv...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • 10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!

    10 reasons to invest in Montenegro! Adriatic's new investment paradise Montenegro is waiting for Turkish investors. In countries where Turks do not have a visa, there are many conveniences, ranging from ease of ownership to low tax rates. For the ones who want to invest in Montenegro, the youngest country in Europe, there are ten in Montenegro! Adriatic's new shining star, Montenegro Turkish offers attractive opportunities for investors. Hakan Aksu, co-founder of Hexagon, which has made the third biggest tourism investment in Montenegro, explained the advantages of investing in paradise country besides Turkey. Aksu; "Turks are waiting for investment opportunities in Montenegro, which does not apply visas to Turkey," he said. NEW TOURISM DESTINATION OF ADULTYTIC Montenegro, where Medite...

    published: 18 May 2017
  • Montenegro alleged coup and issue of the past

    Ukrainian political expert Alexander Khara on Russia's possible involvement in alleged coup attempt in Montenegro on Parliamentary election day Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv

    published: 08 Nov 2016
  • Serb prince welcomes upcoming visit of UK royals

    (9 Mar 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Belgrade - 9 March 2016 1. Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic arriving and sitting at his desk 2. Various of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic during an interview 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Crown Prince: "The visit of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall is very good for Serbia, for the region and for the United Kingdom. It is very important in the case of Serbia that we are on the map of Europe and the world, so a visit from the future King of the United Kingdom is an important matter, particularly from somebody like Prince Charles who is a very caring person and I am also very proud to say, a relative of mine." 4. Serbian Crown Prince...

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Filip Brajkovic, Montenegro /Work & travel USA/

    Work & travel USA 2016

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • Extreme jobs-towers-Kodar Serbia

    Za sve prijatelje koji rade ovaj tezak posao , (for all friends who do this difficult job)!

    published: 14 Apr 2012
  • Serbia in the Middle Ages

    Serbs belong to the Southslavonic group of Indo-European peoples. As their tradition, culture, language, beliefs, and customs show, the ethnogenesis of Serbs goes far back into the past. Serbian ancestors, Protoslavs and Old Serbs, were described in the 5th century BC by Herodotus, under the names of Neuri and Budini, living north of the Danube in the region between Dniepar and north-eastern Carpathian Mountains. The first mention of the name "Serbs" appears in the 1st century BC (69- 75), in the Historia naturalis by Plinius Caecilius Secundus, who states that Serbs (Serbi) live on the coast of the Black Sea. In the 2nd century, Claudius Ptolomaius writes in his Geographica that Serbs (Serboi, Sirboi - Serboi, Sirboi) live behind the Caucasus, near the hinterland of the Black Sea. The fi...

    published: 02 Oct 2010
  • European taxpayers pay for jobs in Mexico and Russia

    http://ukipmeps.org ► European Parliament, Strasbourg - 08.02.2010 ► Speaker: Paul Nuttall MEP, UKIP (North West), EFD group. ► Debate: - Commission statement - GM/Opel: current developments .................................. ► Video: European Parliament Audio Visual .................................. ► EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom ► Other states in Europe: Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Faroes, Andorra, Monaco, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Transdniestria (Transnistria), Belarus, Turkey, Croatia, ...

    published: 09 Feb 2010
  • 03 T2W ENG - the opinions of employers

    Transition planning for Higher Education (HE) students with disabilities: the opinions of employers in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro Presentation of the results of the survey that has taken place during the first period. Within Trans2Work project it was conducted research about needs and requirements of employers, those who already employ SwD and those who do not employ IwD. Research and analysis have several phases: • Phase of creation questionnaire; • Phase of distrubution of questionnaiers; • Collecting datas; • Analysis; • Creation of Report 1.1: Dev 1.1: Identify and analyze the needs of employers in order to investigate and form the Methodologies for pioneering categorization and analysis of employers’ needs that can be used for further studies, as well as to identi...

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • Serbia sees surge in Chinese investment

    (10 Jul 2017) A giant Chinese red flag flutters on a pole where an American flag used to fly at a steel mill in this dusty industrial Serbian town. The company logos of US Steel are faded on the huge chimneys stacks, replaced by those of a Chinese company. When US. Steel sold its loss-making smelter in Serbia to the government for the symbolic sum of one US dollar in 2012, few here thought the ailing communist-era factory would ever be revived. Then came along a state-owned Chinese company. Hebei Iron & Steel's 46 million-euro (52 million-US-dollar) purchase of the Steelworks Smederevo last year is part of China's broader effort to project influence and gain an access point to the European market as other traditional powers, particularly the US, under President Donald Trump, retrea...

    published: 15 Jul 2017
  • BOSNIA TO SERBIA - 9 Countries in 12 Days with Globetrotter Juergen Schreiter [HD]

    Crossing Border our Road Trip continues via Bosnia to Serbia Europe in 12 Days (Balkan Route) Travelling the Balkan Route 9 Countries in 12 Days - Austria - Slovenia - Croatia - Bosnia - Serbia - Bulgaria - Romania - Hungary - Slovakia All parts will be published here. More interesting stuff - Follow my Blog: www.JuergenSchreiter.com | www.YouTube.coim/jschreiter | www.Facebook.com/JRSchreiter --

    published: 13 Nov 2015
  • KODAR Montenegro

    kodar montenegro

    published: 24 Mar 2008
  • Ethnic Hungarians in Serbia, Romania on Hungarian referendum

    APTN Subotica, Serbia - 29 November 2004 1. Road sign to Subotica in Cyrillic alphabet, Latin alphabet and in Hungarian 2. Wide of Subotica town centre 3. People in streets 4. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Jozef Kasa, President of the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians "Even though we speak Hungarian quite well, the motherland still does not seem to want us. So we are in a difficult situation. Here (in Serbia) they beat us, we are considered second-class citizens. We also face discrimination when it comes to employment and other things, while our brothers in Hungary are unsure whether to help us or not." 5. Various of signs outside Nepker, the Hungarian cultural centre in Subotica 6. Hungarian cultural centre building 7. Street sign in both Serbian and Hungarian 8. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Po...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Serbia

    No Comment | euronews: watch the international news without commentary | www.euronews.net/nocomment/

    published: 24 Jan 2010
  • AMREZY TALKS IN HER NATIVE LANGUAGE (SERBO CROATIAN)

    published: 14 Sep 2016
  • Expresidente de Montenegro ante la invitación de la OTAN: "Es imposible borrar sus bombardeos"

    Momir Bulatovic, expresidente de Montenegro, en un signo de protesta contra la adhesión de esta nación balcánica a la OTAN, recordó que los bombardeos a su país por parte de la Alianza del Atlántico Norte es algo que no se puede borrar "con una disculpa". Bulatovic encabezó el gobierno de Montenegro entre 1998 y 2000, cuando el país integraba con Serbia la República Federal de Yugoslavia. ¡Suscríbete a RT en español! http://www.youtube.com/user/ActualidadRT?sub_confirmation=1 RT en Twitter: https://twitter.com/ActualidadRT RT en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ActualidadRT RT en Google+: https://plus.google.com/+RTenEspanol/posts RT en Vkontakte: http://vk.com/actualidadrt Vea nuestra señal en vivo: http://actualidad.rt.com/en_vivo RT EN ESPAÑOL: DESDE RUSIA CON INFORMACIÓN

    published: 13 Dec 2015
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Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2017
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Branko Pujic, Core IT Development Manager at Telenor Serbia, shares how implementing Ericsson Charging and Billing in One has enabled it to provide digital services by adding needed flexibility.
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Tackling Unemployment in the Western Balkans

Tackling Unemployment in the Western Balkans

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  • Updated: 05 Apr 2017
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Unemployment is an ongoing challenge in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia – the six countries of the Western Balkans. A new jobs data portal will help policymakers in the region learn more about the driver of unemployment and help them design actions to tackle this issue. Learn more: http://www.seejobsgateway.net/
https://wn.com/Tackling_Unemployment_In_The_Western_Balkans
The Death of Yugoslavia 1990's! BBC Complete Documentary

The Death of Yugoslavia 1990's! BBC Complete Documentary

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  • Updated: 15 Jun 2016
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A Documentary detailing all the events that lead to the death of the Yugoslavian state in the 1990's. One of the most impressive documentary ever made. You live the facts that happened with the breakup of Yugoslavia as if you were there. The war in Croatia, Bosnia and the siege of Sarajevo are presented in a way that perhaps only BBC can do. A masterpiece. The breakup of Yugoslavia occurred as a result of a series of political upheavals and conflicts during the early 1990s. After a period of political crisis in 1980s, constituent republics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia split apart, but the unsolved issues caused bitter inter-ethnic Yugoslav wars. The wars primarily affected Bosnia and Croatia. After the allies victory in World War II, Yugoslavia was set up as a federation of six republics, with borders drawn along ethnic and historical lines: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. In addition, two autonomous provinces were established within Serbia: Vojvodina and Kosovo. Each of the republics had its own branch of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia party and a ruling elite, and any tensions were solved on the federal level. The Yugoslav model of state organization, as well as a "middle way" between planned and liberal economy, had been a relative success, and the country experienced a period of strong economic growth and relative political stability up to the 1980s, under the firm rule of president-for-life Josip Broz Tito. After his death in 1980, the weakened system of federal government was left unable to cope with rising economic and political challenges. In the 1980s, Kosovo Albanians started to demand that their autonomous province be granted the status of a constituent republic, starting with the 1981 protests. Ethnic tensions between Albanians and Kosovo Serbs remained high over the whole decade, which resulted in homogenization[clarification needed] of Serbs across Yugoslavia, who increasingly saw the high autonomy of provinces, and ineffective system of consensus at the federal level as an obstacle for Serbian interests. In 1987, Slobodan Milošević came to power in Serbia, and through a series of populist moves acquired de facto control over Kosovo, Vojvodina and Montenegro, garnering a high level of support among Serbs for his centralist policies. Milošević was met with opposition by party leaders of western republics of Slovenia and Croatia, who also advocated greater democratization of the country in line with the weakening of Communism in Eastern Europe. The League of Communists of Yugoslavia dissolved in 1990 along federal lines. During 1990, the communists lost power to separatist parties in the first multi-party elections held across the country, except in Serbia and Montenegro, where they were won by Milošević and his allies. Nationalist rhetoric on all sides became increasingly heated. In 1991, one by one republics proclaimed independence (only Serbia and Montenegro remained federated), but the status of Serb minorities outside Serbia was left unsolved. After a string of inter-ethnic incidents, the Yugoslav Wars ensued, first in Croatia and then, most severely, in multi-ethnic Bosnia and Herzegovina; the wars left long-term economic and political damage in the region.
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Serbia sees EU opportunity in refugee crisis

Serbia sees EU opportunity in refugee crisis

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  • Updated: 04 Feb 2016
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While the European Union struggles to deal with arriving refugees, Serbia is seeing the crisis as in some ways an opportunity. The government feels that by welcoming refugees, Serbia is proving it deserves to join the EU. Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Belgrade. - Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Serbia's disabled people struggle to find jobs 1

Serbia's disabled people struggle to find jobs 1

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  • Updated: 08 Feb 2016
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Montenegro : How To Apply

Montenegro : How To Apply

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  • Updated: 22 Jun 2017
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Easy Way To Apply For Montenegro Visa Online You Can Move Another Europe Countries I hope This Video Will Helpful For You ,,,,,,,,,If You Want More Videos About Android Free Tips And Tricks Click On This Link https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcuLK-eQeI1YkZnMagFraJFbE41TM72vC If You Want More Videos Which I Upload You Can Subscribe My Channel By Click On This Link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCADCI5aVQethuKNMw-hP2Tw If You Want See My Blog You Can Click On This You Can Find Solution Of Your Problem By Click On This Link http://computersikho8.blogspot.com/ And You Can Contact On My Whats App For Any Query Regarding Mobile,Computer,Laptop,Technology And Jobs For Free And I Will Give You Best Solution Insh Allah Thanx For Watching
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SERBIA: ETHNIC ALBANIAN DEMONSTRATORS CONFRONTED BY RIOT POLICE

SERBIA: ETHNIC ALBANIAN DEMONSTRATORS CONFRONTED BY RIOT POLICE

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Natural Sound About 20-thousand ethnic Albanians confronted heavily armed Serbian riot police trying to block their protest against Serb repression on the streets of Kosovo's capital, Pristina, on Wednesday. The demonstrators were mostly young students demanding the right to Albanian-language education at Pristina University. Instruction at the university is now in Serbo-Croatian and the curriculum is set by Serbians. Wednesday's demonstration was the first large-scale protest in Kosovo since Serbia stripped the province of its autonomy in 1989. The protesters - mostly young students - were demanding the right to Albanian-language education at Pristina University, where instruction is in Serbo-Croatian and the curriculum is set by Serbians. Student leaders vowed to press ahead with their peaceful protests despite appeals from their own political leaders and foreign diplomats to refrain from action. Wednesday's march took them from their own makeshift campus outside Pristina to the centre of Kosovo's capital. The march exploded into violence when heavily armed Serb police fired tear gas and clubbed protesters to break up their demonstration. Many of the demonstrators managed to escape into the nearby hills. For the past six years, the Albanians - who make up 90 per cent of the two (m) million people in Serbia's Kosovo province - have studied underground in private homes, following courses not recognized by Serbian authorities. Serbia has ruled Kosovo with a heavy police and army presence since 1989. Many ethnic Albanians say they want complete independence from Serbia. But Kosovo is the heart of Serbia's medieval empire, and home of many of its most important cultural monuments. Slobodan Milosevic, now president of the Serbian-Montenegrin federation of Yugoslavia, began his rise to power in the late 1980s by heating up Serb nationalist feelings over Kosovo. The same kind of nationalism later contributed to the wars that accompanied the breakup of the larger Yugoslavia. In 1990, most Albanians were either dismissed from or quit their jobs as teachers, policemen and other Kosovo civil servants. They founded their own network of schools and a university in private homes, and have similar alternative hospitals. The students say they now want to force the Serbs to let them use the campus of Pristina University, where 18-thousand Serbs now study. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4e4dcc7ca5748136acc67ba3e925307e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Serbia: Kosovan opposition protest against deal with Serbia and Montenegro

Serbia: Kosovan opposition protest against deal with Serbia and Montenegro

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  • Updated: 14 May 2016
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Supporters of Kosovo's opposition held a rally in Pristina, Saturday, calling on the government to resign, saying it has broken the country's constitution in its deals with neighbouring Serbia and Montenegro. SOT, Ramush Haradinaj, Opposition leader (Albanian): "Kosovo has two dangers: The interference of neighbours and this Government. The government is a danger because they destroyed an entire economy and jobs with corruption. The government is dangerous because of a lack of implementation of law and order over the entire country including the North, rather it jeopardises the development of a legal state." Video ID: 20160514 025 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Serb tanks seen from Kosovo-Serb border

Serb tanks seen from Kosovo-Serb border

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SHOTLIST Merdare 1. Wide of border crossing with Serbia and Kosovo 2. Signs on side of road reading 'Merdare' and 'STOP' 3. NATO armoured vehicle in front of the entry toward the Serb side of the border 4. NATO soldier looking toward Serbia proper with binoculars 5. Wide of Serbian military tanks on the Serbian side of the border 6. Kosovo border police officer with binoculars watching Serb tanks on the other side of the border 7. Close up of Kosovo border police officer 8. Wide of the Serbian military tanks on the Serb side of the border 9. NATO soldier 10. NATO soldier looking towards Serbian side of border 11. Wide of border crossing with Serbia Caglavica 12. Wide of Kosovo Serb media centre 13. Sign on building 14. Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Hajredin Kuci arriving 15. Pan of news conference 16. SOUNDBITE: (Albanian) Hajredin Kuci, Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister: "My message to Serbs is stop living on illusions. We have a new reality, we have to build a better life." 17. Reporter taking notes 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hajredin Kuci, Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister: "You can understand, some of them, that they are protesting, this is a democratic state. But in any case I think that they need to return to their jobs to their lives. They will contribute because the time for illusions is over." 19. Kuci getting into car 20. Convoy driving away STORYLINE: Serb tanks were seen taking positions near the Kosovo-Serb border on Friday, as Kosovo's leadership demanded an end to nationalist rioting over the former Serbian independence after attacks on US and other embassies. Kosovo border police at the Merdare crossing, approximately 50 kilometres (30 miles) north of Pristina, monitored Serb tank movements across the border. Earlier on Friday Kosovo authorities increased security on the border with Serbia to put a curb on extremist activities, Kosovo Police said. Restrictions preventing inhabitants of Serbia from entering Kosovo were put in place early on Friday following several days of violence by Serbian extremists angry at Kosovo's independence, declared last week. At Merdare all vehicles passing into Kosovo were being thoroughly checked by police. Kosovo's border crossings with Serbia are patrolled by the local authorities, although main responsibility lies with the 16-thousand strong NATO-led peacekeeping force, or K-FOR. Meanwhile, in Caglavica in southern Kosovo, Hajredin Kuci, the deputy prime minister of the newly formed state, advised Serbs to "stop living on illusions." Kuci was addressing reporters at the town's media centre. After a news conference, he struck a more conciliatory note, saying: "You can understand, some of them, that they are protesting, this is a democratic state. But in any case I think that they need to return to their jobs to their lives." "They will contribute because the time for illusions is over", he added. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2ac05b8044722e8f9c8a52f42b651189 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!

10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!

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  • Updated: 18 May 2017
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10 reasons to invest in Montenegro! Adriatic's new investment paradise Montenegro is waiting for Turkish investors. In countries where Turks do not have a visa, there are many conveniences, ranging from ease of ownership to low tax rates. For the ones who want to invest in Montenegro, the youngest country in Europe, there are ten in Montenegro! Adriatic's new shining star, Montenegro Turkish offers attractive opportunities for investors. Hakan Aksu, co-founder of Hexagon, which has made the third biggest tourism investment in Montenegro, explained the advantages of investing in paradise country besides Turkey. Aksu; "Turks are waiting for investment opportunities in Montenegro, which does not apply visas to Turkey," he said. NEW TOURISM DESTINATION OF ADULTYTIC Montenegro, where Mediterranean and Balkan cultures meet, received 2.5 million tourists in 2016. In a country where the number of tourists increases steadily from 3% to 5% per year, the tourism and service sector in particular is looking for investors to appreciate this opportunity. Especially Kotor, Tivat, Herzognovi and Budva are among the most popular places. In the country where industry has not developed, the coastal areas and farming areas are waiting for you. SISTER GEOGRAPHY EXPECTED TO TURKISH INVESTMENT Montenegro is at an important point in terms of maintaining sister geographies and cultural and economic bridges left by the Ottomans. Turkish companies such as Dogus Group, Net Holding, Global Investment Holding, Gintaş and Tosyalı Holding have been in serious action in Montenegro as a result of hot political relations recently established. In Montenegro, where 19 per cent of the population is Muslim, it is possible to find traces of the Ottomans. TURKS ARE VERY LOVED! NO VISA! Turkish citizens can enter Montenegro without a visa, bringing visa requirements to many Far Eastern and Arab countries. We have many legacies in the country where several natural and historical sites are under UNESCO protection. In every place you go, you face smiling faces in every shop where you shop. Because Turks are very popular in Montenegro. THIRD DAY TO CREATE A COMPANY, MAY BE AVAILABLE TO OPERATE AND RESIDENCE 21 DAYS With Hexagon, Montenegro's only specialist company for work and residence permits, it is possible to establish a company in three days and get a work and residence permit in 21 days. Moreover, your family benefits from your residence permit. YOU WILL BE EUROPEAN IN 2019 Montenegro is about to complete all preliminary work for full membership to the EU in 2019. Turkish citizens who have work and residence permits in Montenegro will also be able to benefit from all the rights of citizens of the EU member states. THE LAW SYSTEM PROTECTS INVESTORS In recent days, Montenegro, a NATO member, has received international guarantees of territorial integrity. In Montenegro, which fulfills all the Copenhagen criteria in its legal systems under European Union negotiations, investors' rights are protected by a sound legal system. INNOVATION IN NEWLY INVESTORS Adriatic's pearl Montenegro is attracted to many foreign investors with its natural and historical beauty. More than 48,000 companies have been set up since 2009 in Montenegro, which has become a major player in the world, especially in Russia, America, Canada, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates. SUITABLE FOR HOME AND CAR RATES Those who set up new business in the country where investment costs are very low; Low starting limits are offered in the tax, property rights are kept under very strict laws. It is also possible to buy a car worth 15,000 euros, which is suitable for rent and for sale. YOU CAN OPEN TO EUROPE AND THE WORLD In Montenegro, where the official currency is Euro, the rate of corporation tax is 9%. In Montenegro, where there is no bureaucracy, you can bill all over the world in the case of establishing a company. If you are a member of the European Union, all rights you receive will remain valid. 1 HOUR FOR 20 MINUTES TO ISTANBUL With the rediscovery of nature and history at the beginning of the 2000s and the acquisition of independence in 2006, Montenegro has become a center of attention for luxury investors, returning to their old days with all their glory. Unlike the crowded destinations in the Mediterranean, Montenegro opens its doors to investors as well as those who want to create a new life, with the possibility of a quiet life to visit. Podgorica Airport can be reached from Istanbul in 1 hour 20 minutes. THY's flights are available twice a day, morning and evening.
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Montenegro alleged coup and issue of the past

Montenegro alleged coup and issue of the past

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Ukrainian political expert Alexander Khara on Russia's possible involvement in alleged coup attempt in Montenegro on Parliamentary election day Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Serb prince welcomes upcoming visit of UK royals

Serb prince welcomes upcoming visit of UK royals

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(9 Mar 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Belgrade - 9 March 2016 1. Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic arriving and sitting at his desk 2. Various of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic during an interview 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Crown Prince: "The visit of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall is very good for Serbia, for the region and for the United Kingdom. It is very important in the case of Serbia that we are on the map of Europe and the world, so a visit from the future King of the United Kingdom is an important matter, particularly from somebody like Prince Charles who is a very caring person and I am also very proud to say, a relative of mine." 4. Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic during an interview 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Crown Prince: "It means recognition, it means that any government that's elected, that invites people like the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall is a very good gesture for international relations and it goes noticed in many other countries, European Union, United States, Canada and many other fine countries." 6. Various of picture of Britain's Queen Elizabeth (front and centre) and Karadjordjevic (back row, second from left) with various royals 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Crown Prince: "(A few years ago) The idea was that he (Prince of Wales) would come here to ski in Kopaonik. Tourism is very important for our country, since it brings hard currency in and creates jobs. So Kopaonik begin good tourist centre and since the Prince likes skiing, what a better place to promote Kopaonik, say for two or three days." 9. Picture of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic and his wife Crown Princess Katherine 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Crown Prince: "Yes, I admit I was political against the regime of (Slobodan) Milosevic because I did not see a future for Serbia in the world to be very blunt." 11. Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic during an interview 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Crown Prince: "Times have changed now, now Serbia wants to take part, have a voice in Europe and show our culture and our history. We have a fantastic culture here." 13. Various of Serbian Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic during an interview STORYLINE: The heir to Serbia's defunct throne, Crown Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, says the upcoming visit by Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla was important because it gave recognition to the troubled Balkan country in Europe and beyond. Karadjordjevic is the godchild of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. He says hosting the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall at Belgrade's Royal Palace next week held personal significance too. The royal couple will also travel to Croatia, Montenegro and Kosovo. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: info@aparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58324d007a8fcccd7f987380d0aa4ef2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Filip Brajkovic, Montenegro /Work & travel USA/

Filip Brajkovic, Montenegro /Work & travel USA/

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Work & travel USA 2016
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Extreme jobs-towers-Kodar Serbia

Extreme jobs-towers-Kodar Serbia

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Za sve prijatelje koji rade ovaj tezak posao , (for all friends who do this difficult job)!
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Serbia in the Middle Ages

Serbia in the Middle Ages

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Serbs belong to the Southslavonic group of Indo-European peoples. As their tradition, culture, language, beliefs, and customs show, the ethnogenesis of Serbs goes far back into the past. Serbian ancestors, Protoslavs and Old Serbs, were described in the 5th century BC by Herodotus, under the names of Neuri and Budini, living north of the Danube in the region between Dniepar and north-eastern Carpathian Mountains. The first mention of the name "Serbs" appears in the 1st century BC (69- 75), in the Historia naturalis by Plinius Caecilius Secundus, who states that Serbs (Serbi) live on the coast of the Black Sea. In the 2nd century, Claudius Ptolomaius writes in his Geographica that Serbs (Serboi, Sirboi - Serboi, Sirboi) live behind the Caucasus, near the hinterland of the Black Sea. The first mention of the Serbian name on their present ethnical location appears in 822, in the work of Frank chronicler Einhardt (Annales regni Francorum). He confirms that Serbs are very numerous in Dalmatia. During the great migrations in Europe (5th to 6th century), Serbian ancestors arrive to the Balkan Peninsula from several directions and settle in the wide area between four seas (Black, Adriatic, Aegean, and Ionian). It is on this location that the eldest Serbian feudal states Raska (later Serbia) and Duklja (later Zeta or Montenegro) were formed. From the second half of the 12th century Raska expanded by taking over the Byzantine territory. The medieval Serbian state reached the height of power under the rule of Nemanjic dynasty (1166-1371). From 1217 Serbia was a kingdom, and from 1346 an empire. The Serbian Orthodox Church acquired independence in 1219, thanks to its first Archbishop St. Sava Nemanjic (1175-1235), a man of wide education, who inspired the revival of Serbian literature, education, law and medicine. The medieval Serbian state was most powerful during the reign of Emperor Dusan Nemanjic, who consolidated the legal system of the empire by his Law issued in 1349 (with additions of 1354). Medieval Serbian art, architecture, and fresco painting have been included into the World Cultural Heritage, sponsored by UNESCO (monasteries Sopocani, Mileseva, Studenica). An invasion by the Turks at the end of the 14th century cut short the development of Serbian countries, and they fell under Turkish occupation after the battles of Marica (1371) and Kosovo (1389). The occupation was completed by the end of the 15th century and it lasted for several centuries. The Turkish occupation was one of the most tragic periods in the Serbian history. Serbian population was heavily taxed (harach) to support the Turkish imperial machinery. But even more tragic was the blood tax (danak u krvi) when pre teenage boys were separated by force from their parents to be raised as Turkish soldiers (janicari), and pretty young Serbian girls were taken to harems. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_Serbia movies that I used: 1. Banovic Strahinja (1981) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082356/ 2. Dorotej (1981) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080649/ 3. Boj na Kosovu (1989) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096966/ 4. Digitally Animated Movie "The Most Beautiful Place since the Days of Yore" http://www.belgradexv.com/belgrade_movie.htm 5. 3D Eagle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YztrVsiww_s and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwbVidyeDtg 6. Flying Through Clouds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GC-yL7tYYU&p=1180DF35BB1732AB&playnext=1&index=9 music that I used: 1. pc game "Knights of Honor" - main thema (Echo in Eternity) 2. pc game "Stronghold 2" - main thema 3. Ensemble Renaissance - Trotto 4. Ensemble Renaissance - Saltarello 5. Ensemble Renaissance - Skomraska Igra 6. movie "Gladiator" soundtrack - Emperor is Dead 7. movie "The 13th Warrior" soundtrack - Jerry Goldsmith - The 13th Warrior 8. movie "Gladiator" soundtrack - Battle 9. movie "Gladiator" soundtrack - Sorrow 10. movie "King Arthur" soundtrack - All Of Them
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European taxpayers pay for jobs in Mexico and Russia

European taxpayers pay for jobs in Mexico and Russia

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http://ukipmeps.org ► European Parliament, Strasbourg - 08.02.2010 ► Speaker: Paul Nuttall MEP, UKIP (North West), EFD group. ► Debate: - Commission statement - GM/Opel: current developments .................................. ► Video: European Parliament Audio Visual .................................. ► EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom ► Other states in Europe: Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Faroes, Andorra, Monaco, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Transdniestria (Transnistria), Belarus, Turkey, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, Abkhazia, South Ossetia.
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03 T2W  ENG - the opinions of employers

03 T2W ENG - the opinions of employers

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Transition planning for Higher Education (HE) students with disabilities: the opinions of employers in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro Presentation of the results of the survey that has taken place during the first period. Within Trans2Work project it was conducted research about needs and requirements of employers, those who already employ SwD and those who do not employ IwD. Research and analysis have several phases: • Phase of creation questionnaire; • Phase of distrubution of questionnaiers; • Collecting datas; • Analysis; • Creation of Report 1.1: Dev 1.1: Identify and analyze the needs of employers in order to investigate and form the Methodologies for pioneering categorization and analysis of employers’ needs that can be used for further studies, as well as to identify and analyze the needs of employers; Partly ignorance of people with disabilities about their rights, insufficient training for certain jobs, lack of partnership between civil society and institutions to implement various additional training, finding a job and funding social entrepreneurship are some of the barriers for employment of persons with disabilities. Some of the issues and barriers faced by PwD as people who are looking for job and employers who offer jobs are: • Employers often have prejudices and negative stereotypical attitudes regarding the employment of PwD; • Lack of adequate awareness among employers about the needs and possibilities of PwD as employees; • Inadequate work environment and the architectural and physical unavailability of jobs; • Inaccessibility of the most web addresses for PwD, because sites that offer jobs are not userfriendly to the point of need; • Lack of cooperation between employers and NGO that gather PwD in the process of recruitment of future employees; • Underdeveloped services providing practical training and education in order to acquire the necessary skills for certain types of jobs; • Understanding of employers that employees must perform several tasks at once, and the fear that PwD will not be able to fulfill this type of request; • Undeveloped network of support and services for PwD and employers; • Most of the PwD does not receive support in the process of employment and they are not trained how to efficiently access the necessary information on how to write a CV, how to respond to the requirements of applications for a job; • Departments and centers for employment does not always understand the needs of employers; • A small number of submitted applications for the job by PwD meet the strict criteria set by employers. There is a need to support SwD but also employers who employ or want to hire PwD. To meet their needs, it is necessary to: • At an early stage of transition provide adequate assistance to SwD who are looking for work in order to overcome existing barriers; • Ensure the early development of skills and knowledge, as well as the availability of jobs in order to increase employability of SwD; • Provide that the transition from education to employment is easier and it is not subject to the risks; • Educate employers on the way to better understand PwD and to better comprehend what it means to recruit PwD; • Establish a centralized system which will comprehensively displays information of interest to the PwD, employers but also for institutions and centers of employment; • Services provided in the process of education and the transition should be adapted to individual needs; E-Learning seminar is created within project Trans2Work “School-to-Work Transition for Higher education students with disabilities in Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro” financed by European Commission under Erasmus + programme.
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Serbia sees surge in Chinese investment

Serbia sees surge in Chinese investment

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(10 Jul 2017) A giant Chinese red flag flutters on a pole where an American flag used to fly at a steel mill in this dusty industrial Serbian town. The company logos of US Steel are faded on the huge chimneys stacks, replaced by those of a Chinese company. When US. Steel sold its loss-making smelter in Serbia to the government for the symbolic sum of one US dollar in 2012, few here thought the ailing communist-era factory would ever be revived. Then came along a state-owned Chinese company. Hebei Iron & Steel's 46 million-euro (52 million-US-dollar) purchase of the Steelworks Smederevo last year is part of China's broader effort to project influence and gain an access point to the European market as other traditional powers, particularly the US, under President Donald Trump, retreat from the world stage. The dynamic was laid bare at a world summit over the weekend, where Trump showed little interest in promoting free trade and was at odds with other countries on issues like climate change. China, meanwhile, was keen to promote itself as a champion of commerce and openness - even though in practice it falls far short of being one. The Serbian plant is economically irrelevant in the short term to China, which abounds with steel production at home. But the deal saved 5,200 local jobs and gained Serbia's political favour. "I would describe this as placing a foot in the doorway in order to enter the market and the area where Russia and America are already present.", said Mijat Lakicevic, a Serbian political and economy analyst. The longer-term strategy for China is to open markets for its businesses as its home economy slows. Beijing is encouraging its industries to diversify abroad in hopes of reducing China's reliance on exports and its domestic market. Steel producers have an extra incentive because Beijing is trying to shrink its bloated state-dominated industry at home. And while the EU remains the Western Balkans' largest trading partner, local governments have sometimes looked with favour to countries like China that are willing to invest large amounts without raising concerns about the region's patchy record on human rights or media freedoms. In Smederevo, the town of some 100,000 people where thousands make a living from the steel plant, there was praise for China. Though salaries are about 25 percent below what they were under the US company - roughly 750 euros (855 US dollars) a month compared with 1,000 euros (1,140 US dollars), mayor Jasna Avramovic said it was important that the jobs had returned in the first place. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/57776c1a35198371a4524baa0ac16f40 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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BOSNIA TO SERBIA - 9 Countries in 12 Days with Globetrotter Juergen Schreiter [HD]

BOSNIA TO SERBIA - 9 Countries in 12 Days with Globetrotter Juergen Schreiter [HD]

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Crossing Border our Road Trip continues via Bosnia to Serbia Europe in 12 Days (Balkan Route) Travelling the Balkan Route 9 Countries in 12 Days - Austria - Slovenia - Croatia - Bosnia - Serbia - Bulgaria - Romania - Hungary - Slovakia All parts will be published here. More interesting stuff - Follow my Blog: www.JuergenSchreiter.com | www.YouTube.coim/jschreiter | www.Facebook.com/JRSchreiter --
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KODAR Montenegro

KODAR Montenegro

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kodar montenegro
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Ethnic Hungarians in Serbia, Romania on Hungarian referendum

Ethnic Hungarians in Serbia, Romania on Hungarian referendum

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APTN Subotica, Serbia - 29 November 2004 1. Road sign to Subotica in Cyrillic alphabet, Latin alphabet and in Hungarian 2. Wide of Subotica town centre 3. People in streets 4. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Jozef Kasa, President of the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians "Even though we speak Hungarian quite well, the motherland still does not seem to want us. So we are in a difficult situation. Here (in Serbia) they beat us, we are considered second-class citizens. We also face discrimination when it comes to employment and other things, while our brothers in Hungary are unsure whether to help us or not." 5. Various of signs outside Nepker, the Hungarian cultural centre in Subotica 6. Hungarian cultural centre building 7. Street sign in both Serbian and Hungarian 8. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop "I am a pure-blooded Hungarian and if I were given the opportunity to leave (Serbia), I would go." 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop "I think the Hungarians fear that we will take their jobs or something like that. But they have nothing to fear because I could go and work in for example France or Sweden where the conditions are much better." 10. Street sign in Serbian and Hungarian 11. City theatre Sfintu Gheorghe, Romania - 30 November 2004 12. Entrance to the city 13. People in streets 14. Hungarian newspapers 15. Shop with signs in both Romanian and Hungarian 16. Various of memorial for Hungarian poet 17. Walter Willman, chief editor of Radio Mix Hungarian radio station, talking into microphone 18. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Walter Willman, Radio Mix chief editor "The dual citizenship proposal has more of a sentimental value, to cure 80-year old wounds. There are no economic advantages, especially because we would have to pay (higher) taxes there." 19. Willman at microphone 20. Various of posters calling for territorial autonomy 21. Night rally in town by supporters of autonomy and dual citizenship 22. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Vox Pop "We light candles and torches to stress our wish for territorial autonomy and for dual citizenship." 23. Various of vigil STORYLINE: Hungarians go to the polls on Sunday in a referendum on granting dual citizenship to ethnic Hungarians living abroad. The Hungarian government fears a "yes" result could spark a mass exodus into Hungary and burden social services, wreaking havoc on an already-wobbly state budget. There are about 2.5 (m) million ethnic Hungarians in neighbouring countries, the result of the post-World War I dismantling of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1920, when Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory and 60 percent of its population. The fate of ethnic Hungarians, has long been a politically and emotionally charged issue, particularly during the almost 50 years, until 1990, when the region was under Soviet domination and the rights of ethnic minorities were regularly abused. While supporters say giving ethnic Hungarians citizenship would help cure the trauma of Trianon, the 1920 treaty which carved up Hungary, opponents say its consequences are immeasurable, both domestically and abroad. Estimates of the size of the Hungarian community in Serbia range from 200-thousand to more than 400-thousand, primarily based in Vojvodina in the north of the country. In Subotica, 200 kilometres from Belgrade, traffic and road signs are written in both the Cyrillic alphabet of Serbia and the Roman alphabet of Hungarian. Some members of the Hungarian minority say that if they were granted dual citizenship, they would take the opportunity to leave Serbia but not only to go to Hungary, but to access the European Union. A Hungarian passport would allow ethnic Hungarians rights as EU citizens. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8cdc8706b4cbd0734faf3be317626b03 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Serbia

Serbia

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AMREZY TALKS IN HER NATIVE LANGUAGE (SERBO CROATIAN)

AMREZY TALKS IN HER NATIVE LANGUAGE (SERBO CROATIAN)

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Expresidente de Montenegro ante la invitación de la OTAN: "Es imposible borrar sus bombardeos"

Expresidente de Montenegro ante la invitación de la OTAN: "Es imposible borrar sus bombardeos"

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Momir Bulatovic, expresidente de Montenegro, en un signo de protesta contra la adhesión de esta nación balcánica a la OTAN, recordó que los bombardeos a su país por parte de la Alianza del Atlántico Norte es algo que no se puede borrar "con una disculpa". Bulatovic encabezó el gobierno de Montenegro entre 1998 y 2000, cuando el país integraba con Serbia la República Federal de Yugoslavia. ¡Suscríbete a RT en español! http://www.youtube.com/user/ActualidadRT?sub_confirmation=1 RT en Twitter: https://twitter.com/ActualidadRT RT en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ActualidadRT RT en Google+: https://plus.google.com/+RTenEspanol/posts RT en Vkontakte: http://vk.com/actualidadrt Vea nuestra señal en vivo: http://actualidad.rt.com/en_vivo RT EN ESPAÑOL: DESDE RUSIA CON INFORMACIÓN
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