Hundreds Of LGBT Supporters March In Belgrade Event Amid High Police Presence

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09/09/2023

Hundreds of activists marched through central Belgrade on September 9 amid a high security presence in a march to support LGBT rights, with no disturbances reported. Organizers of the Pride event called it the largest-ever march in conservative Christian Orthodox Serbia. In a similar events last year, at least 21 people were arrested in connection with attacks against police, with most of them suspected of being far-right hooligans protesting against the pan-European LGBT pride march.

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