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Citizens and activists from the civic group 'Let Us Not Drown Belgrade' march with a 2-meter tall yellow styrofoam duck, the symbol of a protest opposing the Belgrade waterfront project, during a protest in Belgrade on April 26, 2015. Serbia and UAE-based developer Eagle Hills signed on April 26 a joint investment agreement on the controversial Belgrade Waterfront project worth $3 billion (2.75 billion euros), despite opposition from various civic groups. The project would turn Savamala, an urban Belgrade district built in 19th century located below the city center at the right bank of Sava river, into a 2-million square meter commercial complex, including apartment buildings, business premises and a Dubai-style 200-meter (yard) tower. Various civic groups and non-governmental organizations have been opposing and protesting against the project since it was announced more than two years ago as the top political and economy promise of populist conservative government led by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)

Citizens and activists from the civic group 'Let Us Not Drown Belgrade' march with a 2-meter tall yellow styrofoam duck, the symbol of a protest opposing the Belgrade waterfront project, during a protest in Belgrade on April 26, 2015. Serbia and UAE-based developer Eagle Hills signed on April 26 a joint investment agreement on the controversial Belgrade Waterfront project worth $3 billion (2.75 billion euros), despite opposition from various civic groups. The project would turn Savamala, an urban Belgrade district built in 19th century located below the city center at the right bank of Sava river, into a 2-million square meter commercial complex, including apartment buildings, business premises and a Dubai-style 200-meter (yard) tower. Various civic groups and non-governmental organizations have been opposing and protesting against the project since it was announced more than two years ago as the top political and economy promise of populist conservative government led by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.  AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC        (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)