Leader says Serbia is proud to give citizens Chinese vaccine

first_imgBELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s leader says he is proud his country became the first in Europe to give its population the COVID-19 vaccine product made in China. President Aleksandar Vucic expressed his gratitude to Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday for the 1 million doses of the Sinopharm vaccine delivered to Serbia. Vucic said that by receiving the jabs, “the citizens of our country expressed deep trust in the Chinese vaccine and with that also in the Chinese state and Chinese experts.” Last year, Vucic kissed the Chinese flag when China delivered masks and other protective equipment and he criticized the European Union for an alleged lack of solidarity at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.last_img read more

First sell off since Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin relationship split

first_imgThe couple bought a beautiful $1.375m home almost two years ago which they are not selling. Picture: Realestate.com.au Emily Seebohm alone outside the couple’s home in Hendra in October last year. Picture: AAP image, John Gass. Ex-Olympian’s luxury building set for completion FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK A four bedroom Toowoomba property that Larkin invested in is not on the market. Picture: Realestate.com.au Loads of potential for expansion. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe added allure to this property though is that it has been deemed a fixer-upper — given its age and older style of layout.Seebohm has it listed as having “generous scope to add your own touches with some cosmetic renovations and the removal of a non bearing wall to make the layout more open plan”.“An alternative, would be to add an level, should more room be required to suit your needs,” according to realestate.com.au. Seebohm’s Hendra investment property has hit the market for sale by private treaty. Picture: Realestate.com.au Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin – (pictured from left) in a fashion shoot mid last year with Erin Holland, Sam and Rach Thaiday – are considered the darlings of sport in Queensland. Picture: Mark Cranitch. The suburbs where millionaires are being madecenter_img MORE: Million-dollar winners and losers The property is deemed a fixer-upper, or one that the buyer could add significant value to via renovation. Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin in happier times at their home in Hendra a year ago. Picture: Nigel Hallet.Seven months after a horror split between Australian swimming darlings Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin, the first sale of the Brisbane property portfolio has begun. The once golden couple of Australian sport own three properties separately and together — two of which are in Brisbane millionaire suburb Hendra and one in Toowoomba.Surprisingly, despite all the drama since a rift was announced in July last year, the pair have not put the $1.375m four bedroom Brisbane house that’s jointly in their names on the market. It was originally expected to be the first on the market given it’s the one the couple were living in when the very public split occurred. Next month it will have been two years since they’d bought it together. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoInstead, the house that is for sale is a three bedroom brick home that Seebohm bought for over half a million dollars almost seven years ago. The 20-year-old house was rented out at $620 a week a few years ago, which is about $77 a week less than the current median asking rent for the area, according to CoreLogic.Seebohm stands to make a good sum off the sale of this house, given the suburb has become one of the most popular for young high net worth families in the Queensland capital. Prices there have risen 43.6 per cent in the last five years alone, and it has two racecourses on its boundaries. And yes, it does have a pool. Emily Seebohm has moved on afresh after her public split with Mitch Larkin last year. Picture: Nigel Hallett.The house has three bedrooms and a rumpus room, is airconditioned with built-in robes, and has an inground pool with a terrace.A four bedroom investment property — bought in Larkin’s name in Toowoomba four years ago — was not on the market. It was once fetching rental of $385 a month. Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin during happier days at their home in Hendra. 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