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Starbucks to open its first coffee shop in Serbia in April - president Vucic

Author Radomir Ralev
Starbucks to open its first coffee shop in Serbia in April - president Vucic License: CC0 Creative Commons

BELGRADE (Serbia), April 11 (SeeNews) - Coffee house chain Starbucks plans to open its first coffee shop in Serbia on April 15, Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic has said. 

The coffee shop will be located on the Rajiceva street in Belgrade, Vucic said in a video file published on the YouTube channel of Serbian news agency Tanjug earlier this week.

Starbucks plans to open the coffee house on April 16, public broadcaster RTS quoted Belgrade deputy mayor, Goran Vesic, as saying on Wednesday.

In this way, Serbia will become the first country of the former Yugoslavia in which Starbucks has set foot, RTS said.

Elsewhere in Southeast Europe, Starbucks operates coffee shops in Bulgaria and Romania.

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