Sremska Mitrovica


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Sremska Mitrovica

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Serbia; located in the southern part of the socialist autonomous region of Vojvodina. Population, 33,000 (1974). Sremska Mitrovica has enterprises of the woodworking and timber-chemistry industries.

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His Australian counterpart, Julie Bishop, said that projects like archaeological sites in Glac, near Sremska Mitrovica, were the symbols of an improved Serbian-Australian relationship at all levels.
FLOOD AID: People build a dam of sandbags by the bank of the Sava river, in Sremska Mitrovica, Belgrade, Serbia
He thanked the volunteers of Serbia who joined the rescue operations in Sabac and Sremska Mitrovica and informed that the European Commissioner for extraordinary situations told him on the phone the EU was impressed by the reaction of the people of Serbia.
People build a dam made up of sandbags by the bank of the Sava river in Sremska Mitrovica, 90km west of Belgrade, Serbia
With similar intentions, USbased car parts manufacturer Cooper Standard has purchased land in Sremska Mitrovica to construct a production facility by end-2013.
But the Sremska Mitrovica County Court, where the appeal hearing was to be held, has adjourned his case indefinitely because the presiding judge is unavailable to hear it.
Sirmium, today Sremska Mitrovica, was once capital of the Roman province of Pannonia and a refuge for early Christians.
The defender began his career in Serbia with Sremska Mitrovica before moving to Belgrade to play for OFK Beograd where he remained for three seasons.
SASA Milic, 15, from Sremska Mitrovica in Serbia, claims he can read minds and see through a blindfold.
In May 2005, police in Sremska Mitrovica filed a criminal complaint against two minors who allegedly threw rocks at the Adventist Church there, breaking windows and damaging a wooden fixture.
The agency also reported attacks around Kraljevo, 75 miles south of Belgrade, and in Sremska Mitrovica, 40 miles west of the capital.
Jan Driessens, former President of American company Ball Packaging Europe, said today that work will begin on constructing a $150 million aluminum recycling plant in the ancient city of Sremska Mitrovica, about 60 miles west of the Serbian capital.