Serbian president hosts foreign leaders

Serbia's newly elected president has been hosting foreign leaders in Belgrade for a ceremony to mark his inauguration.

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    Serbia's newly elected president has been hosting foreign leaders in Belgrade for a ceremony to mark his inauguration.

    Aleksandar Vucic, who formerly served as prime minister, began his career as a radical nationalist, but he's now building relations with the EU as well as Russia.

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego explains.


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