Parts of central Belgrade closed for traffic

Parts of central Belgrade closed for traffic

Parts of central Belgrade closed for traffic Izvor: Tanjug / Sava Radovanović

Much of central Belgrade has been closed to traffic in preparation for President Aleksandar Vucic’s rally in front of the parliament building.

The rally, which is part of the president’s Future of Serbia campaign, is scheduled to begin at 06:00 pm on the plateau and streets in front of parliament, the president’s press service said earlier.  

The Belgrade city authorities said they had closed the streets leading up to the parliament building but added that city transport services would not be disrupted with buses and trolley car lines being re-routed.

Belgrade city traffic police chief Dragan Bogosavac told the state TV (RTS) that the first groups of people coming to the rally are expected in the early afternoon. He recommended that residents of the Serbian capital should not drive in central parts of the city and finish whatever jobs they have there in the morning.  

Comments (0)

Comment sent successfully.

Comment sending failed.

Invalid CAPTCHA

* All fields are required

MOST POPULAR

READ MORE

NEWS

NEWS

Kosovo Albanian parties complain about annulling votes from Serbia 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Vucic denies new arms deal accusations, says doesn't know what GIM is 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

The Hague-based Special court summons more former KLA fighters 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Skopje: Decision on negotiation with EU in May, but new delay possible 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Belgrade signs agreement on cooperation with Eurojust 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Kosovo’s Kurti: I believe Vucic blackmails Serb List 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Ghana confirms it withdraws recognition of Kosovo 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Vucic says he's been both realistic and slightly pessimistic in Paris 12.11.2019.

12.11.2019.  |  NEWS

loader