Serbian ambassador to Kenya dies at Aga Khan hospital

Serbian Ambassador to Kenya Ivan Zivkovic. Photo/COURTESY

Serbian Ambassador to KenyaIvan Zivkovic,69, is dead.

The diplomat passed on at Aga Khan hospital where he was ‎receiving treatment on Sunday evening.

Nairobi CID boss Ireri Kamwende said Zivkovic is reported to have developed heart complications while at his Gigiri resident.

His family said Zivkovic had been suffering heart-related disease.

The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes was formed in 1918; its name was changed to Yugoslavia in 1929.

Serbia was formerly the political and cultural center of Yugoslavia, today it is the northern remain of the former State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

In 2006 Montenegro voted, after a referendum in favor of independence, to leave the State Union.

In February 2008, after nearly two years of inconclusive negotiations, Kosovo, Serbia’s southern province and a disputed territory, declared itself independent of Serbia – but Serbia refuses to recognize it.

Serbia has an ambitious goal of joining the EU by 2020. In January 2014 Serbia opened formal negotiations with the EU for accession.

Aga Khan University Hospital

Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic meets with Jose Manuel BArroso



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