'Vote for Trump!' Serbian ultra-nationalists chant as Biden visits

By REUTERS
August 16, 2016 19:56

 
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BELGRADE - Hundreds of Serbian ultra-nationalists protested on Tuesday against US Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Belgrade by chanting their support for the man he says is making the United States less safe - Donald Trump.

"Vote for Trump! Vote for Trump!" the protesters, wearing T-shirts displaying an image of the US Republican candidate, shouted as they gathered near the Serbian presidency building.

Biden was on a one-day visit to Belgrade before travelling to Kosovo, with officials saying he will encourage both countries to do more to normalise their relations. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008.

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