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ISBN 978-1-58046-545-8. ^ "Ustasa" (PDF). yadvashem. Retrieved 25 June 2018. ^ "Genocide of the Serbs". The Combat Genocide Association. ^ Tito, Josip Broz (1945). Nacionalno pitanje u Jugoslaviji: u svjetlosti narodnooslobodilačke borbe (in Croatian). Zagreb: Naprijed. p. 11. Moram ovdje podvući činjenicu da su u redovima naše Narodno-oslbodilačke vojske i partizanskih odreda u Jugoslaviji, od samog početka pa do danas, nalaze u ogromnoj većini baš Srbi, umjesto da to bude obratno.

Some 75 km (46 mi) of new high-speed rail line between Belgrade and Novi Sad was opened in 2022 and additional 108 km (67 mi) from Novi Sad to Subotica and border with Hungary are currently under construction and due to open in 2025. Construction work for 212 km-long prolongation of the high-speed rail line to the south, to the city of Niš, is set to commence in 2024 and with its planned completion by the end of the decade four of country's five largest cities will be connected by the high-speed rail lines. [336][337][338] Rail services are operated by Srbija Voz (passenger transport) and Srbija Kargo (freight transport).

[267] The newly opened wing of the University Clinical Centre of Serbia. CCS has 3, 150 beds, considered to be the highest number in Europe, and among highest in the world. The Ministry of Health determines the healthcare policy and adopts standards for the work of the healthcare service. The Ministry is also in charge of the health care system, health insurance, preservation and improvement of health of citizens, health inspection, supervision over the work of the healthcare service and other tasks in the field of health care.

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^ Тема недеље: Највећа српска победа: Сви српски тријумфи: ПОЛИТИКА (in Serbian) ^ Loti, Pierre (30 June 1918). "Fourth of Serbia's population dead". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 28 April 2010. ^ "Asserts Serbians face extinction" (PDF). The New York Times. 5 April 1918. Retrieved 14 November 2010. ^ Radivojević, Biljana; Penev, Goran (2014). "Demographic losses of Serbia in the first world war and their long-term consequences". Economic Annals. 59 (203): 29–54.

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[258] The Constitution of Serbia defines it as a secular state with guaranteed religious freedom. Orthodox Christians with 6, 079, 396 comprise 84. 5% of country's population. The Serbian Orthodox Church is the largest and traditional church of the country, adherents of which are overwhelmingly Serbs. Other Orthodox Christian communities in Serbia include Montenegrins, Romanians, Vlachs, Macedonians and Bulgarians. In 2011, Roman Catholics numbered 356, 957 in Serbia, or roughly 6% of the population, mostly in northern Vojvodina which is home to ethnic minority groups such as Hungarians, Croats, and Bunjevci, as well as to some Slovaks and Czechs.

[319] Total installed power of 9 hydroelectric-power plants is 2, 831 MW, largest of which is Đerdap 1 with capacity of 1, 026 MW. [320] In addition to this, there are mazute and gas-operated thermal-power plants with an installed power of 353 MW. [321] The entire production of electricity is concentrated in Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), public electric-utility power company. The current oil production in Serbia amounts to over 1. 1 million tonnes of oil equivalent[322] and satisfies some 43% of country's needs while the rest is imported. [323] National petrol company, Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS), was acquired in 2008 by Gazprom Neft. The company's refinery in Pančevo (capacity of 4. 8 million tonnes) is one of the most modern oil-refineries in Europe; it also operates network of 334 filling stations in Serbia (74% of domestic market) and additional 36 stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 31 in Bulgaria, and 28 in Romania.

However, there are also sources that mention the same or similar names in other parts of the World (most notably in the Asiatic Sarmatia in the Caucasus). There exist two prevailing theories on the origin of the ethnonym *Sŕbъ (plur. *Sŕby), one from a Proto-Slavic language with an appellative meaning of a "family kinship" and "alliance", while another from an Iranian-Sarmatian language with various meanings. [14][16] In his work, De Administrando Imperio, Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus suggests that the Serbs originated from White Serbia near Francia. According to the recorded tradition the White Serbs split in two, with the half that became known as the Serbs coming down to settle Byzantine land.

Milena Dravić was one of the most celebrated actresses in Serbian cinematography, winning the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1980. [456][457] Serbian actress Jasna Đuričić was named the best actress in Europe for 2021 at the 34th European Film Awards (EFA) for the Bosnian movie "Quo vadis, Aida".

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2298/EKA1403029R. ^ "20/7/1917 the Corfu Declaration: Plans for a future Yugoslavia". 20 July 2017. ^ Arhiv Jugoslavije – 1 December Act, 1 December 1918 ^ Bojovi, Jovan, Zakonik knjza Danila, Titograd: Istorijski institut Crne Gore, 1982. ––––––, Podgorič ka skupština 1918: dokumenta, Gornji Milanovac: Dečje novine, 1989. ^ Pavlowitch 2002, p. 108-109. ^ Ćirković 2004, p. 251-252. ^ Stavrianos 2000, p. 624. ^ Pavlowitch 2008, p.

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