Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Chinese carrier to run Belgrade flights

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A Chinese airline will operate future services between Beijing and Belgrade, while operations from Shaghai are also being considered. Clarifying statements made over the weekend, the Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, noted that services will not be maintained by the national carrier Air Serbia. "I asked our Chinese partners to first launch flights to Belgrade before Zagreb since that route has already been negotiated and I must say they were very understanding as we are China's main partner in this region so flights will first be launched to Serbia. It will be operated by a Chinese company, not ours. I also believe we will have flights to Shaghai", Mr Vučić said on Monday. Earlier this year, Beijing Capital Airlines announced it would introduce a two weekly seasonal summer service to Zagreb next June. Over the weekend, the Serbian government adopted a draft agreement on a mutual visa-free regime with China. As a result, Serbia will become only the second European country after San Marino to allow visa free travel for Chinese nationals. China has labelled the move as a "historic development". "Once the agreement is put into force, more Chinese tourists and investors will come to Serbia and more Serbian people will be able to travel to China", the Chinese Ambassador to Serbia, Li Manchang, said at a press conference.

24 comments:

  1. Taj Vucic je opsjednut Hrvatskom ahahahahahaahaha, ok, ok, imat ces sve najbolje i najvece ahahahahaha

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    1. Steta sto se ne trudi malo da zdravstvo i privredu podigne kada se vec poredi sa Hrvatskom. To bi bila istinska korist. Motivacija je stvarno zalosna.

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    2. Oh please. A kao vi niste opsednuti Srbijom. Dovoljno je da čovek otvori svakodnevne novine kod vas, pa da se vidi ta hronicna obsesija. Ne brinite vi za našu privredu. Gledajte svoju, kao jedina zemlja u EU u kojoj nezaposlenost se nije smanjila, vec narasla, od 2008. Daleko ste vi od zapadnog standarda.

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  2. It would be interesting to see which company will have flights to Belgrade. My bet is Air China.

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  3. dali je ovo samo smesno ili vec zalosno?

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    1. zalosno i smjesno, jer uopce nije jasno zasto tolko inzistira

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    2. Za vas zalosno, jel ste propustili još jednu priliku. A za nas, na veselje.

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  4. Why is to sooo important for him to get the flights first? To brag about that in front of his voters? So strange a mentality.

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  5. "I asked our Chinese partners to first launch flights to Belgrade before Zagreb since that route has already been negotiated - wtf???

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    1. Balkans politician what do u expect. Just ignore them

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    2. Ridiculous as always, is he really obsessed with Croatia?

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    3. Just as obsessed as the Croat government is with Serbia. Very mutual.

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  6. LOL
    This man is a joke

    "I asked our Chinese partners to first launch flights to Belgrade before Zagreb"

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  7. I thought Zagreb getting China flights might have been his motivation and wrote about it a few days ago but didn't really believe I would be riiiight

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  8. And suddenly shut down for air serbia dreamers about expansion in China.

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    1. Hahaha! And they were so confident about this expansion to China. LOL

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    2. Actually most people here were saying it would be a Chinese company. Read the comments from Saturday. LOL

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    3. I know. But this is not the point here. PM's obsession is the point here. With that statement of his, he appeares to be a kid. I mean, you are free to think that you want to be the first, but be quite about that, because your motivation is the dumbest thing on Earth.

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    4. I didn't say anything positive about the PM I was saying that the majority of people here were not saying that Air Serbia would operate this route as you indicated.

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    5. And you are right. I know that.

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    6. I was commenting the first two anonymouses.

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    7. Hmm all these malicious statements regarding Air Serbia's long haul expansion seem awfully familiar to me, as if I already read them somewhere... oh right, JFK. :)

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    8. Obsessed or not, I don't care. As long as Belgrade gets linked to Beijing directly. Don't be such sour grapes, dear neighbours.

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  9. ljudiii, ne podrzavajte ovakve budalastine!!!!

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