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Brnabić told state Tanjug news agency: 'If elected in parliament, I will run the government with dedication and responsibility and I will do my job honestly and with love.' Brnabić nomination is considered part of Vučić's apparent turn toward the West despite strong pressure from Russia to maintain its influence in the region.
Her government needs formal approval by Serbia's parliament next week.
It was 'a difficult decision reached in the interest of Serbia and its citizens,' said Vučić, a former extremist-turned-reformist who has promised to boost gay rights as part of the country's efforts to obtain European Union membership.
The Republic of Serbia is a multiparty parliamentary democracy with approximately 7.5 million inhabitants.
Boris Tadic was reelected president in February 2008.