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May 25, 2004

Part of Belgrade's central square to bear the name of Zoran Djindjic

Feb 20 - The Belgrade City Hall has decided to change the name of a part of Belgrade's central square, Trg Republike, into the Plateau of Zoran Djindjic, as a gesture of honour and respect for the assassinated prime minister and all that he did for Serbia


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Labour Ministry, UNDP launch Beautiful Serbia project

Feb 19 - The Belgrade City Library will be the first facility to be refurbished as part of the Beautiful Serbia project carried out by the Serbian Ministry of Labour and Employment, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Vojvodina Executive Council founds Dr Zoran Djindjic award

Feb 19 - The Vojvodina Executive Council decided on Wednesday to found the Dr Zoran Djindjic award for best young scientist and researcher

Japan donates €1.8 million in equipment to Novi Sad clinical centre

Feb 13 - Japanese Ambassador to Serbia-Montenegro Ryuichi Tanabe has delivered €1.8 million worth of medical equipment to the Novi Sad clinical centre as part of a Japanese government €8.9 million assistance package for Serbia's health institutions

Jena University to award Zoran Djindjic posthumously

Feb 5 - The Friedrich Schiller University from Jena, Germany, has decided to give its biannual award posthumously to late Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic. The award is given every second year to distinguished individuals from around the world for contribution to international understanding and promotion of human and civil rights

Minimum net wages up 15 percent

Feb 3 - Representatives of the Serbian government, three major trade unions and the Serbian Association of Employers have agreed to set minimum monthly net wages at 5,394 dinars for the next six months

Serbia marks anti-smoking day

Jan 31 - Every second man and every third woman in Serbia are smokers, exposing 97 percent of children to second-hand smoke every day, it was said at the performance "Less nicotine - more vitamin," held at Belgrade's central square to mark the national smoke-free day

Health Ministry warns of smoking health risks

Jan 28 - Ahead of the upcoming national smoke-free day, marked on Jan 31, the Serbian Ministry of Health has issued a statement warning of the health risks of smoking

Memorial plaque for late Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic unveiled

Jan 25 - A memorial plaque for late Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic was unveiled today in front of the Serbian government building in the Nemanjina street, right at the place where Zoran Djindjic was shot on March 12, 2003

Austrian Chancellor Schuessel pledges donation to Zoran Djindjic Foundation

Jan 22 - Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel met with Ruzica Djindjic, the wife of late Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, in Vienna on Thursday to make a €15,000 donation to the Zoran Djindjic Foundation, promising to continue assisting the project


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