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JIHADISTS IN SERBIAN SCHOOLS: In Novi Pazar they promote terrorism!
(PHOTO) Analysts say that terrorists are planning to, in the next five years in their quest of the Balkans to “penance” Serbia.
It is believed that these threats to Serbia arise from the notorious “British brigade” which gathers warriors mostly from this area.
This brigade has long been at war under the banner of so-called “Islamic state” in the area of Iraq and Syria and is known for its unprecedented atrocities.
Serbia has been giving me serious blue balls of late.
I roll up solo on a Friday evening dragging a suitcase and bad attitude. It’s not until Tom Torero flies in from Istanbul the next day that I rouse myself to do some sets.
I’ve already had Tania Russof, Aliza, Joy, Tabatha Cash, Myrka and Julia Channel. Tom had sat our student on the next table on the first date and given him a commentary on my date game and the same thing happens this time. She obviously fancied me from the idate but as I later found out she’d had a couple of dates with a local guy in the interim but disqualified him on “lack of chemistry”. She naturally refuses to come up so I just pop in to get beers then sit her down on the same park bench as my previous two blue balls episodes.
Women offer their services from Euro 4 up to Euro 20, and it often happens that the customer does not pay at all.
WHO PAYS FOR A PROSTITUTE WILL FACE 60 DAYS IMPRISONMENT!
Serbian law previses fierce punishments for ILLEGAL SEX LIKE US ON FACEBOOK – Telegraf English, or write to us on: [email protected] society cult encourages prostitution, and it worries that high-school and college students started dabbling in it; average age limit goes from 14-18 years of age!
They are regularly working in the area between the sports hall “Jezero” and “Metro” shopping center.
Their pimps are usually family members, who are watching really close that something would not go wrong.
For the following categories of citizens of the Republic of Serbia the following documents are sufficient for justifying the purpose of the journey to the other Party:(a) for members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Republic of Serbia, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations:- a letter issued by an authority from the Republic of Serbia confirming that the applicant is a member of its delegation travelling to the other Party to participate in the aforementioned events, accompanied by a copy of the official invitation;(b) for business people and representatives of business organisations:- a written request from a host legal person or company, organisation or an office or branch of such legal person or company, state or local authorities of the Member States or organising committees of trade and industrial exhibitions, conferences and symposia held in the territories of the Member States, endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Serbia;(c) for drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the Republic of Serbia;- a written request from a national company or association of carriers of the Republic of Serbia providing for international road transportation, proving the purpose, duration and frequency of the trips;(d) for members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews travelling to the territories of the Member States:- a written request from the competent railway company of the Republic of Serbia, stating the purpose, duration and frequency of the trips;(e) for journalists:- a certificate or other document issued by a professional organisation proving that the person concerned is a qualified journalist and document issued by his/her employer, stating that the purpose of the journey is to carry out journalistic work;(f) for persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes:- a written request from the host organisation to participate in those activities;(g) for pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including in the framework of exchange programmes, as well as other school-related activities:- a written request or certificate of enrolment from the host university, college or school, or student cards or certificates of the courses to be attended;(h) for participants in international sport events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity:- a written request from the host organisation: competent authorities, national sport Federations or National Olympic Committees of the Member States;(i) for participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin municipalities and cities:- a written request of the Head of Administration/Mayor of these municipalities and cities;(j) for close relatives — spouse, children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren, visiting citizens of the Republic of Serbia legally residing in the territories of the Member States:- a written request from the host person;(k) for visiting military and civil burial grounds:- an official document confirming the existence and preservation of the grave, as well as family or other relationship between the applicant and the buried;(l) for persons attending burial ceremonies:- an official document confirming the fact of death, as well as confirmation of the family or other relationship between the applicant and the buried;(m) for persons visiting for medical reasons and necessary accompanying persons:- an official document of the medical institution confirming the necessity of medical care in this institution and the necessity of being accompanied and proof of sufficient financial means to pay for the medical treatment;(n) for representatives of civil society organisations when undertaking trips for the purposes of educational training, seminars, conferences, including in the framework of exchange programmes:- a written request issued by the host organisation, a confirmation that the person is representing the civil society organisation and the certificate on establishment of such organisation from the relevant Register issued by a state authority in accordance with the national legislation;(o) for representatives of the religious communities in the Republic of Serbia:- a written request from a religious community registered in the Republic of Serbia, stating the purpose, duration and frequency of trips;(p) for members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States:- a written request from the host organisation confirming that the person concerned is participating in the event;(q) for persons travelling for tourism:- a certificate or voucher from a travel agency or a tour operator accredited by Member States in the framework of the local consular cooperation confirming the booking of an organized trip.2.