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10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DJINDJIC’S DEATH 12. 03. 2013. 18:14   >>  18:19 0

10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DJINDJIC’S DEATH

Thousands in “A Walk for Zoran”

Members of the family of Zoran Djindjic and his former associates on Tuesday visited his grave and placed wreaths and flowers on the anniversary of his death.

The mother of the slain Serbian prime minister, Mila Djindjic, was among them, as were several ministers who served in Djindjic's cabinet: Aleksandar Vlahovic, Gordana Matkovic, Slobodan Milosavljevic and Dragoslav Sumarac.

Zoran Zivkovic, who took over as prime minister after the March 12, 2003 assassination, also visited the grave, as did a delegation of the United Regions of Serbia, headed by Mladjan Dinkic.

Numerous members of the Democratic Party (DS) and citizens today went to the Alley of Deserving Citizens at Belgrade's New Cemetery to honor the former prime minister.

Today marks a decade since Zoran Djindjic was shot and killed in front of the government headquarters in Belgrade.

Tens of thousands of people, headed by Boris Tadic, Cedomir Jovanovic, and Dragan Djilas, also took part in a walk organized in Belgrade in memory of the assassinated prime minister.

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and cabinet ministers on Tuesday laid a wreath at the memorial plaque in the courtyard of the Serbian government building, in front of the entrance where prime minister Zoran Djindjic was killed ten years ago today.

Wreath were laid in the presence of First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labor and Employment Jovan Krkobabic, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European integration Suzana Grubjesic, Minister of Agriculture Goran Knezevic, Minister of Construction and Urbanism Velimir Ilic, and Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Zarko Obradovic.

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