2011 in Serbia

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2011 in Serbia
President Boris Tadić
Prime minister Mirko Cvetković
Population 7,187,000

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2011
in
Serbia

Decades:
See also: Other events of 2011
List of years in Serbia

Events in the year 2011 in Serbia.

Incumbents

Events

January

April

  • April 4: Serbian pro-Western President Boris Tadić resigned, paving the way for early presidential election where he will face strong challenge from a nationalist candidate.[1]

May

July

December

Arts and entertainment

In music: Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011.

Sports

Football (soccer) competitions: Serbian SuperLiga, Serbian Cup. Serbia will host the 2011 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship.

Deaths

January

March

April

References

  1. ^ The Independent - Serbian President Boris Tadić resigns
  2. ^ "Ratko Mladić: war crimes fugitive arrested in Serbia", The Telegraph
  3. ^ "Serbia arrests last Balkan war crimes fugitive", USA Today
  4. ^ "Rehabilitovan knez Pavle Karađorđević". Archived from the original on 2014-03-08. Retrieved 2013-05-12. 
  5. ^ Borivoje Bora Kostić (1930 - 2011) (Serbian)
  6. ^ Umro pesnik Novica Tadić (Serbian)
  7. ^ Preminuo Živorad Kovačević (Serbian)
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