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Vucic revealed which was his favorite song, and a few moments later the "Aleksandrov" choir thundered out loud (PHOTO) (VIDEO)

Aleksandrov performed few Russian songs, like "Kaljinka", "Victory Day", "Smugljanka", and others

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Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic laid flowers and he paid respect with a minute of silence to the late members of the Russian choir "Aleksandrov" at their seat in Moscow.

The Russian Military Ensemble "Aleksandrov" will get a park in Belgrade

Serbian delegation, led by Vucic, visited "Aleksandrov" museum and they had the opportunity to hear the history of the most famous military ensemble in the world, formed in 1928.

The central part of the museum is dominated by a panel with photos of 64 members of the ensemble, who died in December last year when the plane they were flying to Syria broke into the Black Sea.

Foto: Tanjug/Služba za saradnju sa medijima predsednika Srbije

Vucic said that the "Aleksandrov" ensemble was always with Serbia and Serbian people, even in the hardest moments, in 1999, when our country was bombed by NATO.

Serbian president repeated that Serbia will never introduce sanctions to Russia.

Vucic said that "Tamo Daleko" (Far far away) is his favorite song performed by "Aleksandrov", and just a few minutes later a renewed choir appeared and held a concert in the honor of the Serbian president and they sang that song, which was welcomed with amazing applause by our delegation.

Aleksandrov performed few Russian songs, like "Kaljinka", "Victory Day", "Smugljanka", and others.

Vucic will visit "Roskosmos" after the Home of the "Aleksandrov" ensemble, accompanied by the vice prime minister of Russia Dmitry Rogozin, and he will then meet the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin.

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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