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Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, will commence daily nonstop flights between its home base of Abu Dhabi and Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, from June 15.
The capital of Serbia is Belgrade, one of the oldest cities in Europe.
The discourse of "individuals" versus "co-workers," first developed in the story "AZZ," continues to evolve in another story, "Pad na pamet" (Occur), depicting a tournament of the world's literary classics in the very capital of Serbia, where Rabelais is quick to figure out the most important verbs ("make do, pass through, and arrange"), concluding that "the only real tense is conditional." Together with Gogol, Harms, and Kafka, these literary individuals and their literary worlds further depict the absurdity of Serbian life.
The second leg is scheduled for next week Wednesday at the 32,887-capacity Partizan's Stadium in the capital of Serbia, Belgrade.
During the first day of his two-day visit to the capital of Serbia, Ischinger met President Boris Tadic and Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic.
So what have we learned, as opposed to the 16 and 18-year-olds, who it would seem have learned an awful lot more than we did in our day, given their grades but, if we are to believe some, don't know what the capital of Serbia is let alone spell it?
In Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and Montenegro (cooperating republics that were formerly part of Yugoslavia), I saw evidence of the NATO bombings of 1999.
However, a study investigating the occurrence of VRE strains in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, detected no such isolates in five different hospitals (8).
Kindly medical personnel arrange for Zana to travel to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, for a necessary operation.
And, with their portion of Bosnia shrinking from 70 percent to 50 percent, the Bosnian Serbs, under orders from their payrollers in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, agreed to the Dayton Accords.
After traveling with me on several trips to various parts of Yugoslavia, and visiting the capitals of the individual republics, he knew quite well that the capital of Bosnia was Sarajevo, the capital of Croatia, Zagreb, and the capital of Serbia, Belgrade.
"From where I come from, from the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, there's a special sparrow bird - I believe this bird came all the way from Belgrade to help me," Djokovic said.